Behold, the Andrew Cuomo bobblehead

andrew cuomo bobbleheadMonday night was Andrew Cuomo bobblhead night at the ValleyCats game. The bobblhead on the right is the one snagged by Jessica R.

Much like the actual Andrew Cuomo, the the bobblehead Andrew Cuomo apparently enjoyed strong popularity. People were lined up ahead of time in order to score one of the 1,500 bobbles. Inevitable next question: will bobblehead Andrew Cuomo run for the bobblehead presidency? The world holds its breath, nodding its head gently, waiting for an answer.

Sadly, the life of a bobblehead can be tough -- a lesson bobblhead Andrew Cuomo found out last night.

Earlier on AOA: Kim's collection of Capital Region/New York State bobbleheads

photo: Jessica R

Comments

I still have my Joe Bruno bobblehead (which I think was a much better likeness). It's the cornerstone of my retirement plan.

Every bobblehead of a politician I've seen kind of creeps me out. I don't know which it is - the bobblehead likeness or the fact that it's a politician.

I've always found Bobbleheads to be weird, period. I've never understood why you need the likeness of someone with a head on a spring. Yes, they can be worth some money eventually, but they're just weird.

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