What’s their age again? Blink-182 launches 30th anniversary merch collection

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Blink-182 remembered their age again.

The “All the Small Things” outfit officially hit the big 3-0 in August, and they’re celebrating with a new line of merch. Among the items available are a commemorative 30th anniversary poster and anniversary-themed apparel featuring the Blink bunny mascot, as well as a T-shirt that reads “I Like the Old Blink-182” alongside a photo of the cast of the Comedy Central show Workaholics.

Also available is the previously teased Blink-182 Funko Pop! set, which recreates the Enema of the State lineup as small, vinyl figures wearing the wardrobe — or, lack thereof — from the “What’s My Age Again?” video.

For more info, visit Blink182Merch.com.

Blink-182 was founded in August 1992 by guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge, bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus and drummer Scott Raynor, who was later replaced by Travis Barker. DeLonge left the group in 2015 and was replaced by Alkaline Trio frontman Matt Skiba.

Meanwhile, some fans are theorizing that DeLonge may be hinting at his return to Blink after he shared a throwback photo of him, Hoppus and Barker, and updated his Instagram bio to include the band along with his Angels & Airwaves project. DeLonge’s post comes after Skiba commented on his Instagram about his current status with Blink, sharing, “Your guess is as good as mine.”

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