The internet has been divided in recent weeks over something, well, not really important at all, but when has that stopped anyone. The issue is over how to pronounce the band name Blink-182.

Over on this side of the pond, you have likely been saying Blink "one-eight-two" for all these years. However, if you live in America, they are known as Blink "one-eighty-two".

Yes, madness altogether.

Ian Karmel, a writer for James Corden's 'Late Late Show' pointed out this difference recently on Twitter:

James Corden then weighed in:

Blink-182's original vocalist Tom DeLonge also got involved and threw everybody way off:

The band's bassist, Mark Hoppus, however, said people were focusing on the wrong issue:

Don't know about you, but we're sticking with Blink one-eight-two.