From my class 'Design Semantics' where I make endpapers. This is one of two ideas I'll be presenting, the text is based on an interview Deckard conducted. The Kampf-Voight Test is an inventory designed to provoke an emotional response in replicants (Robotics identical in presentation to living human beings) I have this interpretation where the Turtle question is meant to force the replicant into a mode of revulsion and disgust from the notion of the turtle baking in the sun. The following up question thanks to the previous one, then becomes inferred as an insult. "Now tell me only good things that come to mind about your mother" given the phrasing it's not expected a human would become violent as the replicant did. So the test exploits known glitches and short-comings in older models.
I know it's only fiction, but I like thinking about the ways how computers go wrong the way they do.