A three piece band from southern California that realized they could capitalize on a music scene that was never about capitalization. Immature and unrealistic to the core, they began to make music that dealt solely with issues not about politics and rebellion, as original punk music did, but about toilet humor, like getting a boner over a friends mother or pulling pranks and blaming it on A.D.D. Their following consists largely of fake tanned, Hurley sporting, big breasted teen girls who pretend to be surfers from Hawaii, and cirrhosis-ridden meat head jocks with puka shell necklaces and muscle shirts who think the mosh pit is a place to beat the shit out of people. When they see real punk rockers, they trash on them since the concept of punk rock is lost on them completely. Blink-182 CD's are commonly heard echoing through suburban neighborhoods, but seldom heard in cities, where the real underground music scene thrives. In short it is a pathetic band marked with even bigger fan losers.
After they hear Blink-182's hit single "What's My Age Again?" coming from the window of Jenny's Volkswagen Jetta, Justin and Jeremy, two Sham 69 fans, savagly vandalize it after she parks it at the local Starbucks.
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