The United Nations of Carlos Danger: Or When Sisters Text….

On Thursday afternoon, I texted my sister to find out if she’d heard any news on the offer she and her husband had put on a house. As with really

Photo Credit: Twitter MikeElmendorf

Photo Credit: Twitter MikeElmendorf

any conversation I have with any one of my sisters, it quickly devolved into random and absurd-land. It’s fun to be a Gallagher-sister, I think we documented quite well during our raunchy ABC Series for preschool.

I spent a good part of the day obsessing over why Huma would bother to stay with her husband and so the fun speculation behind her motivations began in our texts as you can see here:


And then, suddenly, all bets were off:


And suddenly, just like that, a new game was born. What other international pseudonyms could or SHOULD we be using now that #CarlosDanger is taken?

Fret not kittens, for we took the liberty of brainstorming a few:


And in case you were wondering, yes, she is giving me a lesson in how to get a screengrab of our texts for this very blog post because #IAmDumb.

Back to the game, in addition to the nod to Germany, France and Mexico, we then came up with the following:

Declan O’Danger, shout out to Ireland

Tony Weineroni, shout out to Italy

Miles O’Peter, another shout out to Ireland

Richard Richards, Earl of Porkingham, for our British mates

Long Dong Dangerous – an Asian inspiration and OBVIOUSLY inspired by great 80s hero Long Duk Dong (and possible inspiration for Carlos Danger, right? What’s happenin’ hot stuff…..:


Sum Dim Dangerous?

Maybe Spicy Noodle?

Another friend chimed in with: #WhereInTheWorldIsCarlosSanDanger or #DongedCrusader

What’d we miss?

Isn’t texting fun?

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2 Responses to The United Nations of Carlos Danger: Or When Sisters Text….
  1. tricia
    July 26, 2013 | 2:04 am

    Oh, yes…1) Thanks for the screengrab lesson (I don’t have an iphone, but it will make me seem smart to my friends who do), and 2) Sisters are awesome and I plan to try this with my sister, Angie. We’ll have to come up with a name in Korean…. :)

  2. tricia
    July 26, 2013 | 3:05 am

    I’ve got it….Dangerous Sausage in Korean (and the only word for a type of sausage I know is called Soon Dae and it’s, well… You say “Wi Heom Han” for Dangerous….so “Wi Heom Han Soon Dae”….There you go. Soon Dae was featured on Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern….

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