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How to make Amazon Alexa Fart

How to make Amazon Alexa Fart
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Alexa is an Artificial Intelligent Voice Assistant which performs many tasks and does a lot of actionable work on your single voice command. Wouldn’t you want to play with this human-assistive device?

Being in a routine of professional life, I always enjoy asking Alexa to fart, and every time I hear her new fart sound and it makes me crazy. Except farting, You can also make Alexa mad by consistently asking silly questions and setting crazy routines.

Key Points:

  • How To convince Alexa to fart
  • What settings are required to make Alexa fart
  • Different types of Alexa Fart sounds 

How to enable Amazon Alexa Fart feature

  • First of all, open Alexa app on your phone or tablet.
  • Tap on “Menu” on the left side of your device.
  • Now, click on Settings.
  • Scroll down until you see Alexa+1
  • Now, Click on “Farting Feature

Echo Dot 3rd Generation

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Echo Dot 3rd Generation

These steps are mandatory to turn on the Alexa Farting feature which will enable you to make Alexa fart.

Amazon Alexa Farts

Different Types of Alexa Fart Sounds

The type of Fart sound depends on the sign you selected in your Alexa app. Follow the signs and their respective sound types in the table below.

SignFart Sound Type
AquariusElectric Shock
TaurusBicycle Pump
CapricornTrumpet Blast
LeoLion’s Roar
Sign & Fart Sound Type

Did you know?

Amazon Alexa’s fart feature is that it was added as a playful Easter egg for users to discover. It can be activated by saying “Alexa, fart” or “Alexa, make a fart noise,” and it will play one of several different fart sound effects. This feature was added as a playful way to interact with the Alexa device, and it has become quite popular among users.

List of Alexa Fart Sounds

  • Cheek
  • Wobbling
  • Long
  • Long and Squeaky
  • Long and Windy
  • Long and Crispy
  • Lovely
  • Smelly
  • Quick
  • Small
  • Deep
  • Cheeky
  • Very Squelchy
  • Wet and Squeaky
  • Wet
  • Silent
  • Ketchup
  • Relaxed
  • Engine Starting
  • Trumpet
  • Springy
  • Guilty
  • Quick and Squelchy
  • Gassy
  • Beery
  • Short and Gassy
  • Very Gassy
  • Quick Toilet
  • Squeaky Balloon
  • Pushing Hard
  • Beethoven Space
  • Happy Birthday
  • Fart Machine Gun Alarm
  • Sir Farts A Lot
  • Robot
  • Very Gassy
  • Unicorn
  • Toilet
  • Dinosaur
  • Fart Gun
  • Froggy
  • Shark
  • Countdown Selection Sleepy
  • GhostCan’t Stop
  • Tornado
  • Alien
  • Ninja
  • Thunderous
  • Dragon
  • Muffled
  • Funny
  • Pooey
  • Rotten
  • Engine Rumbler
  • Bath

Randomly farts in the middle of the night? What?

Very few members have experienced Alexa waking up in the middle of the night and starting farting which is hilarious and weird at the same time. Because they have not activated it and their Echo device randomly starts farting in the middle of the night which may be due to the command set to play randomly.


Amazon Alexa is a virtual assistant developed by Amazon that has the ability to play various sounds, including fart sounds. These sounds can be enabled by enabling the “Fart Sounds” skill in the Alexa app or by asking Alexa to “play fart sounds.”

While this may seem like a trivial feature, it highlights the flexibility and customization options that are available with Alexa, allowing users to personalize their experience with the device. Overall, the fart sounds on Alexa are a fun and entertaining feature that some users may enjoy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I choose the type of fart sound that Alexa plays?

No, the fart feature on Alexa is randomly generated and you cannot choose a specific sound.

Can I turn off the fart feature on Alexa?

Yes, you can turn off the fart feature on Alexa by disabling it in the settings or by asking Alexa “stop farting.”

Is the fart feature available on all Alexa devices?

The fart feature is available on most Alexa-enabled devices, including the Echo Dot and Echo Show.

Is the fart feature appropriate for children?

It depends on your personal opinion and the age of the child. Some parents may find it appropriate as a playful and light-hearted feature, while others may prefer to disable it.

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Mahnoor has graduated from <strong>AI Security Specific</strong> Program at PIASS. She has a special interest in technology especially Automated gadgets and Automated Robots. She has also studied programming and Windows security. She is now serving as Professor at PIASS teaching a major in AI. She has got herself into content gathering and now at <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">smarthomehut</a>, she often writes about Alexa programming skills and how different automated related devices and how tackle their various issues. You can find her @ <ol> <li><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Facebook</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Soundcloud</a></li> </ol> More Info <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">About Smarthomehut</a>

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