Friday, May 16, 2008

NKOTB & Back In The Day...

I have to share a piece of my youthful past...LOL

The New Kids On The Block have reunited...this is hilarious to me!! They were on the Today show this morning and people, - well really crazy women now (they would have been preteens back in the day) started lining up on Wednesday to see them.

I was a huge fan back in the day but now it all seems quite funny. Someone even had one of the black caps (they were loosely fitted) with the neon green & pink New Kids writing on it.

They sang as medley of all the oldies. They danced the dances and Joey even pulled out his hat with no top in it. Does it get any better?? LOL....LOL...LOL

So I am including useless information as a widget for those who just can't wait for the reunion tour. It is coming to the ATL!!! But I don't think I am cool enough to pull off being a roadie at the great age of 30!!

To all of you....."I'll Be Loving You Forever!!"

6 comments:

Joe & Cyndi Rogers said...

Jennifer,

You crack me up! I must say I was never really a NKOTB fan, but hey, more power to those 'older' roadies who waited outside for 2 days--- can I just say 'CRAZY'?!!

I enjoyed your humorous tribute to NKOTB.

Love you,

Cyndi

The Wild World of Richmond said...

I hate to admit that I'm tooo old to have been a NKOTB fan. I think they were big when I first started working(AFTER college). YES, I am that old...oh to be young...sigh...just kidding...I don't feel nearly as old as I am.
love you guys,
Terri

Erik and Angela Green said...

LOL I can so remember the days we were in love with NKOTB! Crazy Crazy!!

Brad & Shana said...

Okay...if we're doing confessionals....I acutally went to a NKOTB concert in the 8th grade. I checked out of school early and everything. And loved every minute of it.

It seems such a long shot for an adult male teeny-bop band to hit it big again, but we'll see I guess.

Funny stuff

Tammy said...

Well if y'all are fessin' up, I guess I will too. I went to see them when they were at The Georgia Tech stadium. Don't remember what year it was, but man did I love it! :)

Klingbeil Family said...

Well, I have nothing to confess - except that I was too old by the time they came out to be a fan.