Rumor has it Siri, Apple\u2019s virtual voice assistant, may soon get sassier.\n\tOn Thursday, the blog 9to5Mac\u00a0reported a job listing on Apple\u2019s site seeking a "uniquely creative individual." Apple is looking for someone capable of developing and writing original dialog and helping to evolve Siri "as a distinct, recognizable character."\n\tSiri is already well known for her glib sense of humor. Ask her where to hide a dead body, for instance, and she will provide a list of nearby dumps and swamps. Siri made her official iPhone debut with the iPhone 4S in fall 2011 and quickly became quite the celebrity. Eventually, though, many iPhone users, including me, grew tired of\u2014or angry with\u2014Apple\u2019s cheeky virtual assistant. Too often, she gives you attitude instead of information. Some even harbor grudges against Siri, including the guy who added this comment to the 9to5Mac post: \u201cI would be most happy if Siri would just understand daily speech, and work on her attitude later.\u201d\n\tI don\u2019t use Siri too often, but after reading about her potential personality upgrade, I bounced some questions off her.\n\tQ: What is John Travolta\u2019s worst movie?\n\tTo my delight (and Travolta\u2019s dismay), Siri produced a list of his films sorted from lowest Rotten Tomatoes score to highest. The answer: It\u2019s a tie between Staying Alive (the Saturday Night Fever sequel) and Look Who\u2019s Talking Now, a movie about talking pets. Amazingly, Battlefield Earth had a slightly higher score than these two bombs.\n\tQ: How can I find inner peace?\n\tI was hoping for instructions on how to make a perfect martini or something along the lines of, "By climbing Mount Everest." But no. Siri mulled this question for a few seconds. Then she used a trick I\u2019ve seen before: When you don\u2019t know the answer to a question, ask a question yourself. Siri\u2019s response: "Would you like me to search the Web for 'How can I find inner peace?'"\n\tQ: Do you meditate?\n\t"A fine question. Now can we get back to work?" Maybe after her personality upgrade, Siri will chant "Ommmmmmm" instead.\n\tQ: What is Honey Boo Boo\u2019s real name?\n\tSiri apparently loves tabloid TV, as she didn\u2019t hesitate to supply the answer (via WolframAlpha): Alana Thompson.\n\tQ: Will the San Francisco 49ers beat the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday?\n\tThough I was hoping for a rousing "Go Niners!," Siri may have been hesitant to weigh in because I live in San Francisco now but used to live in Atlanta. At any rate, she simply provided me with the game schedule. Yawn.\n\tQ: Are Android phones better than iPhones?\n\tThis was a great opportunity for Siri to show sass, something like: "Yes, if you like malware." Siri dropped the ball, though, and just asked me if I\u2019d like her to search the Web.\n\tQ: Are you free tonight?\n\tSiri\u2019s response: "I have nothing on my calendar, if that\u2019s what you\u2019re asking." Cute. Even cuter would have been: "Baby duck, something this good is never free."\n\tAll told, I\u2019d say Siri could use a little character development. But now a couple of questions for you, dear readers. Do you think Siri needs a personality upgrade? What\u2019s the funniest or most unexpected response you\u2019ve gotten from her?