My So-Called Whateveractive
My So-Called Whatever is a weekly 80’s/90’s nostalgia and NKOTB podcast (New Kids on the Block) based on awkward moments and experiences of two life-long friends and their listeners. From first crushes to favorite toys to NKOTB (yes, New Kids on the Block) - we’ll dive into those memories we want to remember forever - or maybe forget.

We know you’ve got the right stuff - but are you ready to join THIS block party? Baby, I believe in you. We’ll be loving you FOREVER if you send us YOUR stories (no matter how twisted) and - click, click, click - send us those pictures by emailing us at mysocalledwhatever@gmail.com. If we’re your favorite girls and you got the flavor - treat us right by sharing our podcast with your friends. We’re on iTunes, SoundCloud, and Stitcher - SO PLEASE like AND subscribe, you dirty dawgs! For full service, you can hang tough with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
People |
Country Of Origin |
USA
Produced In |
USA
Premiere Date |
2017-07-21
Frequency |
Weekly

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118 Available Episodes (119 Total)Average duration: 01:16:22
Feb 18 | 01:59:49
Step 113 - Dance Party USA (and NKOTB) with Our Friend Liz (AKA Elizabeth)
Feb 11 | 01:24:55
Step 112 - Block Party: Episode 57 - NKOTB Cruise Stories from Candace, Michelle, and Kelley
Feb 04 | 01:57:04
Step 111 - Sixteen Candles
Jan 28 | 01:22:38
Step 110 - Block Party: Episode 56 - NKOTB Fan Stories from Drew, Kathy, Jessica, and Alyssa
Jan 21 | 01:14:50
Step 109 - Block Party: Episode 55 - NKOTB Fan Stories from Sarah, Kelley, Laurina, Mandy, and Charlene
Jan 14 | 00:52:42
Step 108 - Our 80's/90's Pick-a-Pics
Jan 07 | 01:14:46
Step 107: Block Party - Episode 54: NKOTB Fan Stories from Candace, Emily, Christian, Mandy, and Christina
Dec 31 | 01:00:07
Step 106 - New Year's Memories
Dec 24 | 00:01:13
Christmas Break - We'll Be Back Next Week!
Dec 17 | 01:23:36
Step 105 - Holiday Memories 2018
Feels like I've known them for years!
Feb 13, 2018 by Taryng

This is such an awesome podcast! These two ladies are so great to listen to. Their banter back and forth will make you laugh, and I just love the tangents that happen. LOL. I can relate to what they discuss so, listening to them is like sitting with my friends just chatting, reminiscing, or planning something for the future. I look forward to each episode. Not only do I love the podcast, but I love the community that it has created. This group of people are the nicest and sweetest group I've joined. I highly recommend this podcast.

A beautiful melody for the earholes!
Jan 22, 2018 by K3LL3YMO

My So-Called Whatever is amazing! Twice a week they take me for a walk down memory lane with crazy hilarious banter. Laughing so hard I cry many times over. It really is great to be reminded of the times when Jem and the Rockers sang my theme music and I was planning my wedding to Joey McIntyre. Listening to these two go back and forth makes me look forward to Monday's and Wednesdays! The podcast and the Facebook group is so accepting and welcoming to any 80's and 90's fandom. They are the "comfort food for soul" in which I found a place to belong. Thank you ladies! Stay the Same! XO

Dedicated to 80s and 90s nostalgia, creating a community of like-minded people and new kids on the block!
Jan 22, 2018 by JessicaNKOTBSD

I love these ladies! As a nostalgia addict this podcast is right up my alley. The memories that they talk about bring me back to the 80s and 90s and I absolutely loved e it. All of the tv shows, movies, toys and just talking about going t school back then, slumber parties and games we played! I love it all. And their episode dedicated to all things new kids on the block are fantastic. They have some really fun n special guests, awesome T-shirt’s and sweatshirts and other cool merch, and I’ve met s Me really cool people through listening to the podcast. It’s just a fa n, happy place to be. Thank you ladies! Love you! See you on the boat!

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