Argeeleh Express: Now your home can smell like Tche Tche too!

Argeeleh express

I’ve been getting this ad on the ‘Jordanian spam channel’ lately.

Note: 2 heads and pre-lit coal. All you have to be is be a ‘sultan at home’. How convenient :) . Lots of flavors available too! And you can call them on both a Fastlink and Mobilecom numbers. Thoughtful entrepreneurs!

What happens if, after 30 minutes of use, your Hubbly Bubbly get ‘suffocated’. Does it come with a little ‘blasting man’ who blows the the head open. :)

This is Jordanian innovation :)

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7 Responses to “Argeeleh Express: Now your home can smell like Tche Tche too!”

  1. Basem Says:

    I beg to differ Humeid, if Jordanian entrepreneurship is manifested in delivering ready Argeelas with the convenience of making a call (to your choice of assorted networks), then we might as well head straight to a brick wall with our entrepreneurial outlooks, plus i think Aramex@home meals on wheels then already explored this delivery service years back!

    Ethics should govern innovation even if only at face value, but that’s not why i left a comment here, actually i want to know what exactly are you referring to as the “Jordanian spam channel” as it seems lively?

  2. Humeid Says:


    you are differing on what exactly. I don’t get it. :)

    The spam channel is the stuff i receive from jormall and similar companies that send out tons of email promotions everyday.

  3. Saad Darwazeh Says:

    I must agree with Basem, whats entrepreneurial about that ?! To deliver pre-lit charcoal ??! I thought a major component of ‘Argeeleh’ is to socialize and see some people at a cafe’ ...

  4. Basem Says:

    “you are differing on what exactly. I don’t get it.”

    i’m differing with the theme you presented this “new” service with! but it seems i missed the subtle sarcastic tone in it… as clever as the quotation marks in the Jordan’s IT “industry” 360east tag!

  5. O.J. Says:

    Hahaha, your little “blasting man” part cracked me up

    It is important to note that the Lebanese started implementing this idea years ago. Funny how we have a delayed reaction to catching up on or immitating older ideas, then call it unique, original, innovative, creative, etc.

    In any case, I wish the people behind this service the best of luck.

  6. Oula Farawati Says:

    I think that is what is missing in Jordan… a high level of entrepreneurship… everyone is doing again and again what everyone else has done.. and this is hurting business and is not providing Jordanians with new things to buy, go to, or explore! that is why Amman could be very boring… thanks for sharing this…

  7. Humeid Says:

    Basem :)

    My whole post was meant to be a bit “sarcastic” too. :)

    I am a radical anti-smoking person. I don’t like argeeleh places at all.

    But on the other hand, it’s nice to see services spring up that provide conveniences to customers, and hopefully some employment too.

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