What do you get when you cross a retro-fad with religion? Why Bible Bobbleheads of course!

Proving the old axiom that there hasn’t been a tacky retro-fad invented that can’t be made even more tacky through a liberal application of religion, the folks at Isaac Bros. are proud to present their line of Bible Bobbleheads.

Yes, you too can now own your very own Moses Bobblehead crafted to look like the real Moses if he were allergic to snake venom and had been bitten repeatedly by the goofy snake around his ankles causing his head to swell to nearly three times it’s normal size. The expression on his face certainly makes him look unhappy about this development! Or perhaps he’s just constipated. Hard to tell.

Also available are the Samson Bobblehead (which looks to us like what the offspring of Jay Leno and Mick Jagger might look like) and the Noah Bobblehead (who’s expression seems to indicate that the dove he’s holding has left him a gift in his palm). If these sell well enough the folks responsible for them might go as far as to release an official Jesus Bobblehead!

For some reason when I stop to think of millions of small children gleefully slapping their Jesus Bobbleheads to make his head bounce around the song “Smack My Bitch Up” by Prodigy starts playing in my head.

7 thoughts on “What do you get when you cross a retro-fad with religion? Why Bible Bobbleheads of course!

  1. What??? No Buddy Christ Bobblehead? Sheesh! I just can’t believe they’d exclude the Savior like that. What is the world coming to?

  2. “I don’t care if it rains or freezes, long as I’ve got my plastic Jesus sittin’ on the dashboard of my caaaaaar…” Sing along, folks!

  3. If one truly believes in religious dogma it should be considered disrespectful to trivialize (cartoonize) its characters with dolls, bumper stickers, hats, license plate frames …..thus I have zero respect for people who find this acceptable.

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