What does HAGA stand for?

Have a good afternoon

HAGA is a popular acronym that translates to “have a good afternoon.” People often use it to wish their friends, colleagues, or loved ones a pleasant time during the day.

It’s commonly found at the end of online chats or text messages, serving as a friendly farewell. If you receive a HAGA, you can simply reply with the same or use HAGO if you’d like to switch it up.

So, the next time you get a HAGA, you now know it’s someone hoping you have an enjoyable afternoon, and you can wish them the same with a HAGA or HAGO in response.

Example for using ‘HAGA’ in a conversation

Hey, what are you up to?

Just finished work. HAGA!

Thanks! You too. Enjoy your afternoon! 😊

Will do! HAGO if you need anything. πŸ˜„