Alexa Play Quotes

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DJing for people is fun until someone comes up with a phone screen that has 'PLAY SOME RIHANNA' written on it. I prefer to play older songs because they're the ones I personally enjoy dancing and singing along to and modern dance music bores my brains out.
Alexa Chung (It)
I learned he knows how to play my body. I cum when he wants me to, be it in seconds, minutes, or even hours.
Alexa Riley (Pulling Her Trigger (Ghost Riders MC, #1))
wink at her and she elbows me. It’s playful and fun, and I can’t remember the last time someone made me feel special. I’m warm and gooey inside, and I feel like one of those cartoons with the heart eyes. God, I must look like a fool following her around like a puppy dog. But I’d rather be her puppy than nothing at all. If
Alexa Riley (Shielding Lily)
I wink at her and she elbows me. It’s playful and fun, and I can’t remember the last time someone made me feel special. I’m warm and gooey inside, and I feel like one of those cartoons with the heart eyes. God, I must look like a fool following her around like a puppy dog. But I’d rather be her puppy than nothing at all.
Alexa Riley (Shielding Lily)
When I was thirteen I spent a lot of time pretending to like dance music because everyone at my school seemed to love it. If only I'd known it was OK to have different tastes to others and that one day my mind would be blown open by an older man who would introduce me to The Smiths, The Cure, Buzzcocks, Talking Heads and almost every other band I adore to this day. I also wish I'd been reassured that one day, yes, a boy would actually fancy me in spite and potentially, deliberately, FOR my zero boob/skinny legs combo. But mainly I wish I'd listened to my mother when she said learning to play the piano might come in handy in the future and would actually be something I would thank her for forcing me to do. Every Wednesday we would drive to Mrs Batten's house listening to The ArchersI, with me in the passenger seat trying desperately to think up excuses for why I hadn't practiced that week. Though it seemed very unlikely at the time, I am thankful for those piano lessons every time I manage to impress a boy by hammering out some Chopin when drunk (swot up, kids!).
Alexa Chung (It)
Of course, back then I was crimping my hair and wearing enormous shoulder pads that made me look like I played for the Minnesota Vikings. It’s amazing anybody got laid in 1985, given what passed for fashion!
Alexa Land (Worlds Away (Firsts and Forever, #13))
Come on, Lex. How long can we all keep playing musical beds for before it blows up in our faces? Three is a crowd, and five is just getting downright nasty.” He made a face of disgust. “Not to mention however many lovers Arys has on the side that neither of us know about.
Trina M. Lee (Death Wish (Alexa O'Brien, Huntress, #5))
He was boring…well, he still kind of is.” She smirks like she just gave him a jab that he could really hear. “All work and no play. Until you. Why do you think the press went so wild? They’ve been trying to catch him with a woman for years, then he’s running all over town with one. Trust me, he’s not boinking the secretary. I’ve known him since college, and I’d never even seen him date until he met you.” I know that’s true. I’d done my shameful Google search the first time I’d met him. It had come up with nothing. Never
Alexa Riley (Mr and Mrs (Alexa Riley Promises, #1))
Warning: This beauty and the beast-inspired story is quick, filthy, and over-the-top alpha. Hold on to your Kindles because Reid's inner beast finally gets to come out and play.
Alexa Riley (Beauty in Winter (Beauty, #4))
wink at her and she elbows me. It’s playful and fun, and I can’t remember the last time someone made me feel special. I’m warm and gooey inside, and I feel like one of those cartoons with the heart eyes. God, I must look like a fool following her around like a puppy dog. But I’d rather be her puppy than nothing at all.
Alexa Riley (Shielding Lily)
The question is no longer whether we use technology or not; it's about working together in a better way. Surrounding technologies like Siri, Alexa, or Cortana are seamlessly integrated into our interactions. We walk into the room, turn on the lights, play songs, change the room temperature, keep track of shopping lists, book a ride at the airport, or remind you to take the right medication on time.
Enamul Haque (The Ultimate Modern Guide to Artificial Intelligence: Including Machine Learning, Deep Learning, IoT, Data Science, Robotics, The Future of Jobs, Required Upskilling and Intelligent Industries)
So are you riding with me?” he asks, like Courtney never happened.   “Dear god. I need wine.” I ignore his question. I clearly do not share his ability to ignore everything going on around us.   “Is that a yes?” he asks.   I nod, watching the smile cross his face before he reaches for my hand and guides me to the bar.   “White or red?” he asks me when the bartender approaches us.   “With alcohol.” Because after the way this night has played out, I have no right to be picky.   “Can she have a bottle of your most popular wine, please?” Gavin asks the bartender, who happily agrees. Both men are looking at me with huge grins on their faces, and the bartender is laughing! Apparently he was one of the unlucky few who didn’t see what just happened. If he had, he’d be looking much more sympathetic and handing me a bottle of Patron.   He’s walking away when I remember one very important detail and yell after him, “Make sure it’s a twist lid!”   “A twist lid bottle of wine? Really?” Gavin says beside me.   “Yes, really. Do you have a corkscrew in your truck?”   He’s full on laughing at me when Mr. Bartender comes back with a bottle in his hand, its metal lid gleaming under the lights.   “It’s not our most popular, but it’s the only one I could find that didn’t have a cork.”   “Do I seem like my standards are sky-high right now? This is perfect.
Alexa Martin (Intercepted (Playbook, #1))
May 19th 2031_ Eleven months before_ I opened my eyes to see darkness and the sound of my alarm beeping. 0400 hours. I turned it off and got up. I looked for my glasses on my bedside cabinet and put them on. "Alexa, Good morning roll," I said loudly in the dark room. The lights came on and the curtains opened, the speaker turned on and started playing my Spotify playlist. I slowly got dressed and made myself breakfast. After breakfast, I downed a 500ml bottle of zero coke. I leaned to one side and burped. I looked around my kitchen. The dark marble counter and white cupboards, walls and ceiling matched with each other. I looked outside the kitchen window at the traffic down below. I was about 6 floors high, if you were to jump off from that high, there is a very high chance you might die. And if you were lucky to survive, you would be immobilised from your broken legs and hip and ribs. I turned around and sat on the black leathery sofa and switched on the TV. I looked on Netflix at old World War Two films that I could watch before bed. I scrolled through the list. From 'Dunkirk' to 'Unbroken' to a lot more films. I chose a couple and switched the TV onto the news. The reporter said that there was a knife crime in Redding earlier. I sighed but was relieved that it wasn't me. It is a low chance that I would get murdered by someone or people with knives in England but it's still a possibility. I turned the TV off and looked at my phone. There was nothing new on Discord and nothing new on WhatsApp. I checked my Snapchat and opened a few Snaps from my friends at work. I took a selfie of myself in my apartment not working. I sent it off and was happy that I don't work on
John Struckman (2032: The Beginning)
Chicks is all de same, mon! Every one I meet shouts into her phone, "Alexa! Play 'How Do I Get You Alone'!" I TELL ya, dey ALL de same, mon!
Cotton Juneaux Wood
Alexa, Read ‘[title of audio book].’” “Alexa, Play the book, ‘[title of audio book].’” “Alexa, Play the audiobook, ‘[title of audio book].’” “Alexa, Play
Dominic West (Amazon Echo: 2017 Edition - User Guide and Manual - Learn It Live It Love It)
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GGMM E5 Wireless Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa
GGMM E5 Supports Multi Room Play: Add additional E5 Multiroom speakers to play one song in every room, or different songs in each room, all simply controlled through the GGMM E-Series Multiroom App.
GGMM E5 Wireless Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa
What are you two in here doing?” I ask, seeing Pandora and our daughter, Lavender, playing. “I’m teaching her how to throw a punch,” Pandora says, holding up her hand for Lav to hit. “Hey, I’m the fighter in this family. I should be the one doing it.” I lean on the doorframe and cross my arms. The sight of the two of them together completes a piece of a puzzle. “Nah. I want her to be good at it.” Pandora winks at me, and I growl, getting on the floor with the two of them and lying on my back while Lavender crawls on me.
Alexa Riley
Are you all packed up?” I ask, sitting up to kiss Pandora. “Yep. It’s nice having stuff at both places, though, so all we have to do is grab the essentials.” I reach out and grab her breast, and she giggles. “What? Just the essentials, right?” “You play your cards right, and we can have a babysitter tonight.
Alexa Riley (His Alone (For Her, #2))
I'm Going to give you to the count of three. Then I'm going to throw you over my shoulder and carry you out of here. This isn't a threat. I'm giving you the play we're about to run.
Alexa Riley (Double The Ache)
So Sierra, who is Black, and Margot, a Korean American, get to play cover girls.
Alexa Donne (The Ivies)
I was sitting in a Colorado radio studio in the middle of recording an interview when the interviewer said he wanted to play an audio clip for me. I was stunned to hear my daughter’s voice coming over the speakers. She was responding to a question about how her father’s passion for minimalism had influenced her life. “I learned that I don’t need as much stuff as I think I do,” then-eleven-year-old Alexa said. “Because you think you need all this stuff, but you don’t actually end up using most of it.
Joshua Becker (The Minimalist Home: A Room-by-Room Guide to a Decluttered, Refocused Life)
comes out to about two or three cents for every five seconds of game-playing.
Joseph Jaquinta (Developing Amazon Alexa Games: A Game Designer’s Handbook)
Let’s define what you mean by a taste.” Clarification was an absolute must with demons. Too easy, they twisted things to their favor. Nova regarded me with a hungry gaze. Running his tongue lasciviously over his bottom lip, he seemed to be playing out several fantasies in his head. Finally he said, “Your choice. A taste of your intoxicating power. Fuck, I can practically smell it. Or a taste of that magic between your legs. Either way, I’m sure you’ll taste about as close to heaven as I’ll ever get.
Trina M. Lee (Coda (Alexa O'Brien, Huntress #13))
Playing soft pop based off your listening history,” Alexa says just as “The One” by Taylor Swift starts to play.
Meghan Quinn (The Reunion)
Our Alexa is significantly less competent than our mutt, who is unflummoxed by breezy doors.
Bill McKibben (Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?)