Now with double to unsolicited relationship advice as Eric Wagner joins to guest host! Free shovel-ectomy for every listener.
Relationships. Gotta love ’em.
Today we scroll through Reddit and answer some r/relationship_advice questions for those in need. Do we guarantee results? No. Are we sure these people are real? No. Have I answered enough of my own questions? Yes.
Quarantine is rough. Enjoy the show.
We are in the Endgame now. Eric is back in studio to discuss the Marvel Cinematic Universe and our impressions of their latest indie flick, Avengers: Endgame. SPOILERS AHEAD.
R. Kelly did an interview for the first time in a while. Maybe he should have waited longer.
Eric Wagner is back for a brief conversation of when shit hits the fan… or the wall. It’s a little unclear.
Disney rants, stupid shirts, and blackface. You’re welcome and I’m sorry. Happy Valentines Day.
One silly opening. No introductions. Raw feed into an hour long conversation with researched FACTS. It’s weird. But it’s nice to get back into things.
Guest host for the day, Tiara, joins the Soul Bread team for Part 2 of the Relationship episode! Join us for an all you can listen conversation on the trials of relationships and a second thing I am struggling to remember. Enjoy!
If not “now”, then when? And if not “we”, then who?
Literally, anyone else with a microphone. Enjoy the return of Toast Takes!
Toast Takes is mixing things up and only talking about Donald J. Trump a little bit. We also talk Simpsons, the MCU, and Honest Tea’s missed advertisement opportunities.
Morgan Nicole is back for another Soul Bread episode. We discuss Trump, travel, and technicalities of terms. It’s enough T’s to make you think it’s a Toast Takes episode, but this is just the white bread.
Toast takes takes a deep dive into some opinions on the recent James Gunn firing, Hollywood as a whole and pedophiles. It isn’t a great combination, in fact it’s probably the worst. Let’s listen!
Eric and Jonathan discuss the best origin stories told in movies on a brand new episode of Monday Toast Takes!
Today on Toast Takes we re-introduce Joshua Wright and Eric is back as well to discuss our picks of overrated and underrated movies. It’s an episode of ups and downs and enough disagreement but Jonathan will not change his mind so tell Eric to deal with it.
This episode is not for everyone. Jonathan knows that, Eric knows that. But, after the 1,247th spiral for Jonathan in about 9 days, we talk about somethings and end up reading poetry that we’ve written, Eric with some sonnets and Jonathan with more spoken word. The episode still has some laughs and funny moments, we hope you enjoy it.03
Eric, and newcomer Joshua Wright, join Jonathan to talk about movies and the recent firing of James Gunn from the MCU. It’s the best thing since sliced bread if you really just ignore everything since sliced bread.
With Nehemiah out to perform again, we are joined by new friend of the show, and host, Greg Young! Hear stories of rock bottoms, stolen phones, and a love of soup that is only meant to trick you. This will all makes sense in the episode.
Eric and Jonathan are back from a birthday full of work and acknowledging that their birthday is a thing and are ready to bring the Toast Takes back! We talk time travel, wind turbines, and a lot of good jokes. It’s good to be back.
Nehemiah is back! After a two week hiatus performing, Nehemiah is back to discuss XXL Freshmen, Drake’s “Scorpion” and a few examples of a cat graduation. It’s good to have him back.
New guest host!! Now that I have your attention, we have a new guest host today. The episode is basically old friends catching up and going over a timeline for their lives but don’t worry, it also gets really creepy at points.
Nehemiah is out performing again so we have another episode of Toast Takes! Eric and Jonathan discuss the plight of being twins, the plight of being Jar Jar Binks, and the plight of one DJ Trump. With a long talk about anxiety and depression for good measure.
Eric is put in another hypothetical situation, and I don’t know how to feel. Enjoy!
Happy soon-to-be birthday to America, as our gift we are giving you another episode of Toast Takes! With Nehemiah out performing, Toast Takes gets tapped to attempt topics taken from last week’s episode.. and it still goes off the rails. I’d get a cake to celebrate but after the episode, maybe it isn’t a good idea.
Toast Takes is really starring Eric Wagner today. With 7 items on the docket, the episode is quick to ignore practically all of those, go off the rails, and stay off of them for good. If you aren’t afraid of some light Australia bashing or some heavy Australian bashing, you’re in the right place.
Nehemiah and Jonathan discuss recent good music from the team that has brought very little of it in recent weeks, NASIR.
Toast Takes is talking Trump (again), immigration and friends plus the royal wedding of two royal men! I do love me a good near rhyme and that is just near enough to be good. Other podcasts may be jelly, but Soul Bread is the only one that’s jam-packed.
In the midst of a host not being available, one man decided to step up and deliver with funny, insightful content to The Soul Bread Podcast.. Unfortunately, that man got lost in traffic so you are stuck with Eric and Jonathan Wagner. Today we talk about NBA superteams, and Fortnite addiction. You probably can’t wait so stop reading and take a listen!
Toast Takes is taking time to recap E3 in all it’s gaming glory. We talk about new releases, hopes and dreams, and a new children’s book and wow, this description got away from me really fast.
Nehemiah and Jonathan spend the episode reminiscing on the recently completed NBA Finals and think what could have been for Drake/Pusha T. Plus Kanye West and Kid Cudi had microphones in front of them for at least a few hours and released the result. Let’s listen!
Today’s Toast Takes talks about the President’s recent problems with Eagles, Roseanne’s problem with a cardinal rule for white people, as well as Star Wars and their Millennium Falcon. We actually don’t talk about the Falcon but I needed to round out the bird references.
Nehemiah and Jonathan start the episode with a brand new purchase and end the episode review the new Kanye West album, Ye. The gang, of two, also touches on the G.O.A.T. in the NBA as well as Pusha T’s response to Drake, The Story of Adidon. It’s an episode full of greatness and also an album review.
Toast Takes today talks Deadpool 2, anti-milk milk ads, and a Ben Schwartz reference that, if you get, will make us friends forever. It’s a show filled to the brim with claims that it is filled to the brim!
Nehemiah and Jonathan briefly talk about new projects from the likes of Pusha T and A$AP Rocky but not until Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle” is discussed. We talk greatness in careers as well as our president. Segues are hard, that’s probably why we don’t do them.
In an episode full of audio mishaps and social consequences arises Jonathan’s favorite episode of anything, ever. We talk about past relationships, current predicaments, and our thoughts on the future. It’s an episode so packed with stories and pseudo-wisdom it’s amazing there was time to think of code names that don’t even pan out right.
Nehemiah is officially back! After a week off to attend to the wedding of his own creation, Nehemiah is back to talk about Childish Gambino’s “This is America” as well as a J. Cole response record. It’s a show so nice we basically had to do it twice!
Toast Takes looks at recent news regarding Bill Cosby and Roman Polankski, Disney movies, and whether of not to run for office. It’s an episode much like a traveling sandwich shop’s inventory… jam packed.
Nehemiah and Jonathan run through technical issues in the hopes of getting you the best episode-responding-to-a-past-episode an episode of a podcast can give you. And we do it all for all the nice people listening. You hear that, jerks who are listening? This isn’t for you! But enjoy it all the same.
Toast Takes is doing a second round of Takes and going over the events of Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War. Who lives? Who dies? Well, it’s a podcast episode so no one dies. More to the point, we talk the ending of Infinity War and our predictions for Marvel’s next big blockbuster, the untitled Avengers follow up, tentatively titled, “Avengers 4: What are Avengers For” one assumes. Enjoy the episode!
Today is a special day. Nehemiah is married and is now officially Mr. Nehemiah Heckler or however that phrase works and I recorded an episode of Toast Takes to tide you all over. Pretty big weekends for both of us, really. Today’s Toast Takes talks Kanye, acting, and practice kids. It’s an episode so amazing I’m stunned anyone would rather get married.
Toast Takes is taking aim at a list of top ten Marvel Cinematic Universe movies of all time, so basically a decade, and the latest entry, Avengers: Infinity War. Spoilers ahead.. and foot. And everything. We also talk the new God of War and the recent White House Correspondents Dinner. It’s more fun that you can shake a stick at. Which is great, as the hosts of this episode are always called a bundle of sticks. Enjoy the show!
Nehemiah and Jonathan talk about the recent Post Malone album, the NFL draft and Nehemiah’s Top 10 NBA All Time list. And be prepared for a bonus conversation at the end of the episode? Are we the most giving podcast on the internet? I really can’t say, but yes.
Today’s Toast Takes talks Trump (again), Hilary (Clinton), and a third thing that I struggling rememberin’. It is an episode full of gore and violence and two guys talking, if you only count that third thing.
I wish that was our discussion. Hello one and all, today’s episode of The Soul Bread Podcast Nehemiah and Jonathan discuss a recent Billboard music awards nomination as well as a new song by A$AP Rocky. Plus, we give our first impressions of J. Cole’s new album, KOD. Come listen to the first podcast on the internet to not use spellcheck in their descrp40t6ns.
Today on Toast Takes, Eric and Jonathan talk about a recent arrest at Starbucks and the aftermath of that event as well as President Trump’s lawyer being asked lawyering questions because he’s a lawyer. See how we make these events funny, or at the very least, how snide we are in our commentary!
Nehemiah and Jonathan talk about a recent 6ix9ine freestyle, new songs by Nicki Minaj and Drake, as well as a conversation topic neither are equipped to handle without appropriate research. Plus, a pair of headphones break early in the recording. It’s the best episode thus far.
Toast Takes talked Cardi B’s album Invasion of Privacy as well as our least favorite video game endings. Plus, everyone’s favorite Simpson’s character that runs a Kwik-E-Mart in Springfield. Come listen to the podcast that is dedicated to bringing you opinions on Toast Takes forever! Even if we’ve been asked to stop several times.
Nehemiah and Jonathan talk about Cardi B’s album, “Invasion of Privacy” Is the best debut album by a rap artist? Is it the start of a new wave of rap? Should we have asked these kind of questions in the episode???
Jonathan and Eric start the episode with some gripes on food packaging and end on their individual top 10 Disney movie lists. Come listen to the show that reviewers have been calling, “real and available for download.”
Nehemiah and Jonathan explore the perils of making a gamertag a rapper name, marching for lives, and one us says a really terrible thing about a group of people he’s never met. Come and see what it is!
Eric and Jonathan talk about Marvel, Equifax, Facebook annnnnnnnnnd the latest in a long line of racial inequality at seemingly all levels of society. But don’t worry, there is also a really annoying doorbell.
Nehemiah and Jonathan talk about millennials, social media and finally answer the age old question, who is the better boy band, *NSYNC, with their silly punctuation, or the Boys of the Backstreet, commonly called Backstreet Boys.
Today’s episode of Toast Takes has Eric and Jonathan talking about a recent Uber incident in Arizona and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Wonder how we segue from one topic to the next? Me too! Let’s listen.
Nehemiah and Jonathan discuss the recent mixtape by Logic, Bobby Tarantino II, as well as the Joyner Lucas-Logic beef. It’s a show so amazing you’ll wonder why it sounds like a couple of amateurs figuring their way through podcasting, essentially learning by failure until they inevitably want to destroy each other in court over licensing for a series of hats that haven’t even been thought of yet.
Or something like that.
Eric Wagner doesn’t need to understand an issue to know it’s stupid. Today’s episode of Toast Takes talks about Trump’s desire to defend space, a gun going off in a wrong place, and Eric saying cultural appropriation is dumb to my face. It couldn’t be more of a hoot if it asked about Tootsie Pops!
Today’s episode has Nehemiah and Jonathan talking about politics and race. It is equally, if not more so, as funny as it sounds. And we get a surprise reveal! One of us used to be a Republican…
Extra slice because we’re just that kind! .. Should’ve used “nice” there it would’ve rhymed…
No matter. Today we have an extra slice of Soul Bread where Nehemiah and Jonathan talk about a couple of recently released tracks, Logic’s ‘Everyday’ and DJ Khaled’s “Top Off”. And a hard hitting question finally gets raised about Future.
Today’s episode explores the psyche of a man willing to take the bold step of declaring flags are overrated. Thankfully we have flag-denier Eric Wagner on the case to lead the charge against the cloth atrocities. Now if only we had something to symbolize our side in the battle….
Nehemiah and Jonathan discuss “King’s Dead” from the Black Panther soundtrack, namely the verse done by the one and only, Future. Enjoy the episode that has its hosts sharpening a vendetta against a rapper that has done nothing to them personally!
Today’s episode of Toast Takes has Eric holding the episode at gunpoint, again his words, to get out his points and questions of Woody Allen. We discuss sexual assault and harassment… It is a doozy. So, as the French would say, bone apple tea!
Today’s episode shows Nehemiah and Jonathan discuss who is the best rapper in the game today with some help from the best hold music you’ll ever hear.
On today’s episode, local crazy man, his words, Eric Wagner breaks in to unlocked adjacent bedroom after being invited to record a podcast episode. We talk about guns, school shootings, and flags. Trust me, I didn’t know it would go this way either.
Yes, good question. Soul Bread will still be posting episodes every Monday but not only will we be adding episodes on Thursday, we are lengthening discussion and producing 45+ minute episodes! Come listen to the podcast that has all of its hosts raving to the select pocket of friends they are willing to share with!
First episode! Nehemiah and Jonathan talk about content for the show going forward, their introductions and discuss if albums are necessary in the rap game.