Blink-182 ask 'What the f--- is up, Denny's?' in impromptu diner show

A few lucky Denny's diners got a surprise side of Blink-182 along with their Grand Slams on Thursday night.

Band members Tom DeLonge, Mark Hoppus, and Travis Barker recreated the iconic "What the f--- is up, Denny's" meme in a Denny's in Long Beach, Calif. while promoting the release of their new album One More Time and upcoming tour.

The band members treated diner patrons to an impromptu performance of "Anthem Part 3" off the new album. Watch video of the diners moshing in between the red booths below:

The diner concert is a perfect homage to the now legendary 2013 performance by Houston band Live Without in an abandoned Denny's. Video of the lead singer screaming, "What the f--- is up, Denny's?" into the crowd went viral years ago. Hoppus referenced the meme during Blink-182's headlining set at When We Were Young festival in Las Vegas on Sunday, and DeLonge had no idea what he was talking about at the time.

He definitely gets it now.

Blink-182 also released two more songs on Thursday, "Cut Me Off" and "See You," as part of the extended version of One More Time. Listen to the new tracks below now:

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