The video is perfect. The creator even made the video side-by-side with the original so you can see how accurate it really is. Check it out below.
This video might be better than the original. We thought you would like to check out how awesome it is for yourselves. Watch it in all its glory and relive the classic blink-182 days as classic toys.
The stop-motion video does an incredible job with every scene, capturing the likeness of nearly everything involved. Of course, we know that Mark Hoppus is supremely good at the internet so he probably knows this exists. And we imagine he couldn’t be more proud.
This isn’t the first time the JoBros and the scene have crossed paths in recent weeks. Who can forget Joe Jonas’ infamous My Chemical Romance rehearsal theory. And it was revealed on social media that he and his brother/bandmate Joe Jonas were seen jamming to All Time Low on tour.
User Emily Sanchez posted her realization on Twitter when she saw that seven weeks ago, Joe posted on an Instagram moment where he was across from a screen that had All Time Low’s So Wrong It’s Right cover on it. “Shameless” is also playing.
Today I have made an amazing discovery. While looking at Joe Jonas’ tour highlights on Instagram I noticed in one of the videos that the Jo Bro’s were listening to All Time Low and my two favorite bands have now collided pic.twitter.com/skHG7SkdCa
— Emily Sanchez (@emsanityy) November 15, 2019
Now, instead of Joe, it’s Kevin.
It starts with a new meme that’s been making its rounds on Twitter in the past week. Users post photos with the caption beginning “Gonna tell my kids this is…” Some of the posts with the JoBros are actually pretty hilarious.
Gonna tell my kids this was sleeping with sirens pic.twitter.com/9MfgUMuH20
— sammy (@perditionwoods) November 22, 2019
Kevin joined in on the meme tweeting a photo of his group and saying they were blink-182.
Gonna tell my kids this was Blink-182 pic.twitter.com/goy83IJr59
— kevin jonas (@kevinjonas) November 21, 2019
The punk band responded to the pop singer with the iconic lyrics from “What’s My Age Again?”
nobody likes you when you’re 23
— blink-182 (@blink182) November 21, 2019
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