Hajiagha finds a girl-friend (Episode 4)


Hajiagha finds a girl-friend (Episode 4)
by Anonymouse

(((three parentheses means that person is thinking to self)))

Hajiagha and Roya are sitting on a couch

R: I’m thinking of signing up for some classes at the community college

H: Sounds good, what do you want to study?

(((Is this a good time to bring up having kids?)))

R: I don’t know yet.  Maybe something in computer or medical or dental assistant or something

H: Computer and medical are two different fields

(((I’ll bring it up anyway)))

R: I know but have to do something if I want a better life

H: Well you can do it

(((Do it!)))

R: Thanks

H: So what do you think of having children?

R: What?

H: You know having kids one day?  Do you think about that?

R: Not really. With all the problems and everything, having a kid is not on my to-do-list now

H: Well you have to have children one day, right?

R: No I don’t have to

H: Can you at least have the baby before you start college?

R: I’m talking college you’re talking kids?

(((what the hell)))

H: But what about me?

R: What about you? We’re not even married

H: Yes about that …

R: Haji forget it

H: In Iran they didn’t loan me money for marriage like they promised …

R: Why do you want a kid?  We can barely take care of ourselves. By the way, Canada doesn’t loan money for marriage either

H: I want a kid so he can ask for a tri-cycle or chocolate. Maybe he can play with Googoosh’s grandson who is in Canada, like her son Kambiz played secharkheh-bazi (rode tri-cycles) with Ghatebeh’s son

R: Who is Ghatebeh?

H: Ghatebeh digeh. What do you mean who is Ghatabeh?

R: See what I mean, you’re almost old enough to be a grand pa

H: Now that’s low! Taazeh its my chel-cheli time! (some say Iranian men in 40s are in their prime, singing ;-)

R: Well chel-cheli or not my baby factory is closed

H: So what do we do?

R: I don’t know about you but I plan to go to school and get a better job

H: I wanted school but they want grade 12 education

R: Yeah that’s a shocker! College asking for high school education first!

H: But this is sucks to Canada. Everyone says Canada good but they don’t let foreigners go to college

R: First of all you are a Canadian citizen, besides they let foreigners go to college but you’re in a league of your own

H: Anyway, since college is not working out and my clock is ticking I need to have a kid

R: Haji, women have a biological clock, not you! You can chel-cheli until you get to your fes-fesis and then find someone to have a baby with

H: So you’re not going to have a baby?

R: I don’t know, don’t think so, it doesn’t look good for having babies

H: This is all Canada’s fault. If they gave free everything we could have babies

R: Ok go and complain to Canada then and leave me alone!


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by IRANdokht on

What would Haji say if he knew that the Canadian government pays kids an allowance as soon as they're born!

The guy is just too bitter and negative. I know I told you before too, your stories make him actually sound sane.



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Here and here:



He had more cartoons but updates them from time to time.

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This is funny!

by sima on

I just saw the other episodes too. I remember Hajiagha! What ever happened to him?

The picture is fantastic! Made just for Hajiagha.

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Dear Anonymouse, thanks for another Hajiagha story

by Anahid Hojjati on

Dear Anonymouse, I would feel sorry for a kid who grew up having Hajiagha with his mentality as father or maybe having a kid will make Hajiagha a better person? My favorite lines in your story are:"Haji, women have a biological clock, not you! You can chel-cheli until you get to your fes-fesis and then find someone to have a baby with.."