The actions will let you ask the speaker a question and then have a chat about it — the example Google gave in October was ordering an Uber, then clarifying you want an Uber XL.
That whole conversation actually be with the Google assistant, though.
Google is announcing today that it’s ready to let developers create “conversation actions,” little bots that you’ll be able to interact with using the Google Home speaker.
Though the company wouldn’t say when Home and the Google Assistant would be fully open to third-party developers beyond “early next year,” some partners that have already been working with the company could announce new actions in the coming weeks.
I, on the other hand, really do not enjoy performing oral sex and never have.
It makes me feel very uncomfortable and often elicits a gag reflex/panic response.
Is there some kind of unspoken equality when it comes to oral sex?
Should I feel obligated to do something in bed that I don’t enjoy to make things “equal” between us in this area?
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