Say Hello to My Little Friend

Written by Zac Johnson
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A little over a month ago, Jim Kukral wrote a post on how Dwight Schrute (from The Office) has his own bobble head, and why can’t he? Even Jim Cramer has his own bobble head! In the post, Jim also mentioned a new company called WhoopAssEnterprizes, which specializes in the creation of custom bobble heads. Right after I saw the post and their web site, I knew I had to order a bobble head of my own.

WAE has a decent site, and when you fill out the order form, you can go into quite some detail on how you want your bobble head created, along with uploading multiple photos of what you look like. I told WAE, that I wanted the bobble head to look more like the ZacJohnson.com blog toon, than anything else. Here were the first draft sets of images they sent, in the creation of Mini-Zac.

After receiving the the draft pictures, WAE asks if there are any changes you would like made to the design. I approved their design right away, anxiously awaiting their next set of pictures. A few days had passed and I finally received an email with my completed bobble head.

If you’d like to have your own bobble head or mascot on your desk, I’d recommend going with WAE. The price on a custom bobble head is $125, but they’re worth it. Not only did they provide a quality product, but they will keep working with the designs until you are satisfied.

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21 Replies to “Say Hello to My Little Friend”

  1. nice nice nice! maybe a little scary, but awesome! I might have to get a bobble head too – put it on my dashboard of my car

    1. I already all custom chips with "ZAC" on one side, and the denomination on the other. At BlogWorld, B5Media (problogger) had a poker table with custom chips that had a B5 Media sticker on them… they were pretty sweet. Instead of playing mine, I kept them as souvenirs.

  2. Haha, nice. But the title is nicer: Say Hello To My Little Friend does let me think to Tony Montana: his famous words in th Godfather.

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