Cartoon: rahbar goes to psychologist (2)

Cartoon: rahbar goes to psychologist (2)
by Omid Hast

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Translation for none Farsi speaking people:

Rahbar:  I don't know why I feel like women don't like me

Psychologist (thinking):  I don't know either!  I like him very much!



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by Omid Hast on

There goes the irony.  The other male psychologist thought he was crazy and couldn't help him, so now he is seeing a female psychologist who has a crush on him.  Stand by for part III.

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by Omid Hast on

The reason she likes him is that her socks' clolor matched his beard's.


Faramarz Jaan

by anonymous111.2 on

That's fine.  You're entitled to your opinion.  

Funny story.  There's a woman who we know, who lives in Iran and visits the U.S., who wears the hejab while sh'e is in the U.S., and who actually used to work (at a low level) at an IRI ministry until a few years ago. She is a family friend.  My parents always called her "hezbollah" behind her back (I know-not nice, but...), and avoided any political discussions with her.  Anyway, she was at my parents's house about a months's ago and she brought up the uprising in Iran...and, should have been there...she unloaded on Ahmadinejad, Khamenie, jaw almost the same time, I was of course, pleasantly surprised.  Her dislike of the regime mainly stemmed from the injustices that she saw in Iran today, including the brutal crackdown on protesters.  I think that there are a lot of people like her out there.  



Dear Anonymous111.2

by Faramarz_Fateh on

You know I am a fan of your writing and sense of humor.  But I gotta disagree (respectfully) with you on this 1.

I think the implication that a great majority of hejab wearing women in Iran are fans of Khamenei is accurate.  There are probably SOME mohajjeb women that are no fans of Khamenei, but probably 80% are fans; if not of Ali Geda, of some other Abaa and turban wearing SOB like him.

To these women who are "motezaher" another motezaher like an akhoond is the only choice.



I like your cartoons, BUT

by anonymous111.2 on

this one is a bit inaccurate.  I know quite a few Iranian women who are observant Muslims, wear the hejab and are against the IRI and Khameni.  Unless there is something else in the female character's presentation (which I do not see-please point out if there is one), I believe that the cartoon is an unjustified stereotyping of observant Muslim women in Iran.  It implies that the woman is a Khameni fan just because she is wearing a chador.

Just my two cents... 


Good one Omid

by Monda on

Although I doubt Rahbar would seek a Female therapist since bulk of his issues could be male figure-related.


This one is thick! Makes you speechless! Good one!

by Anonymouse on

Everything is sacred.