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This App Turned Into A Sassy Indian Dad For Father's Day, And The Results Are Hilarious

I'm just so glad all my apps don't work like this.

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Haptik, an app that acts as a personal assistant with a chat function, found a new way to celebrate Father's Day – by turning the assistant bot into an Indian dad.

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It is aptly titled "The Baap bot", and the results are as hilarious as you'd expect them to be.

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So instead of getting just the information you require, the bot also serves you a healthy dose of exemplary Indian dad sass.

The bot might even make typical dad-like spelling mistakes, but that just makes it all the more realistic, I guess?
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The bot might even make typical dad-like spelling mistakes, but that just makes it all the more realistic, I guess?

Prepare to be met with some of the classic dad dialogues that pretty much every Indian kid has heard at some point.

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At some point, you might find yourself wondering whether you're talking to your own dad.

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Because his comebacks, and his references to pop-culture and current events, are all too real.

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Just be careful of asking questions you're not sure you want the answers to.

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You can check out Haptik's baap bot on Android and iOS.