We all know Blink-182. Some of us even love them. But here are some things that you probably didn't know about them.
Bonus fact: Blink-182 announced just this week that they'll be releasing a Christmas album.
Their original band name was Blink, until an Irish band with the same name threatened them with a lawsuit.
A popular theory is that the 182 comes from the amount of times the F-word is said in "Scarface," but there's a good cha
Mark Hoppus is the only member in Blink-182 with no tattoos.
Tom got expelled from school when he was about 15 for drinking at a basketball game.
Their original drummer Scott Rayner was fired in 1998 because of his alcohol abuse.
Travis Barker used to be the drummer for The Aquabats.
Before The Aquabats, Travis Barker was a garbage man.
Mark wrote "Going Away to College" on Valentine's Day after watching "Can't Hardly Wait."
Their song "Emo" is a tribute to one of DeLonge's favorite bands, Jimmy Eat World.
"What's My Age Again" was originally titled "Peter Pan Complex."
"All The Small Things" was inspired by Tom's favorite band, The Ramones.
Tom has a split-second cameo in the Nineties horror movie "Idle Hands," starring Devon Sawa and Seth Green.
Tom and Travis' first side-project Box Car Racer was named after "Bockscar," the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on N
One Direction's "What Makes You Beautiful" was filmed on the same beach as the video for "All The Small Things"
Travis Barker and second wife Shanna Moakler had a "Nightmare Before Christmas"-themed wedding on Halloween
Other titles considered for "Enema of the State" were: "Turn Your Head and Cough," "Viking Wizard Eyes," and "Blink-182:
Porn star Janine Lindemulder is the nurse on the cover of "Enema of the State."
This is what she looks like now.
Their self-titled album was their first album without joke songs.
Mark and Travis' side-project +44 took their name from the international dialing code in the UK where they started the p