Every kid from the 50's through the new millennium remembers Alfred E. Neuman as the satirical MAD Magazine's poster boy of the intellectually uncurious. He is described as the physical embodiment of the MAD attitude-irreverent, satiric, moronic, snide, youthful and skeptical. He is a gap-toothed man for all seasons!
Our Alfred E. Neuman Wacky Wobbler Bobble-Head is perfect for anyone with a sharp sense of the absurd. MAD's self described idiot always had a "thought provoking" quote in just about every issue.
"What, me worry?"
Measures 6 inches long x 4 inches wide. Plastic.