Sunday, December 11, 2011


I've hinted at this a few times now, but I haven't actually posted it. And with a lack of dead deer or the funny yet miserable ramblings of my Facebook friends who are doomed to abandon me when they realize I use them for material, I figured now is as good a time as any to resurrect the wondrous gem that went viral in the Nam long ago--"I'm so UT."

Let's break this down, shall we?

  •  None of these locations are particularly "gangster."
  • The shots of downtown Uniontown are actually kind of nice. Look at George Marshall, being a boss. And the star of this video trying to be just as boss.
  • Are they in some sort of auto store? Whose dad owns this place and let his kid and his friends go in and make a rap video about how badass Uniontown is?
  • "24/7 I'm 724." Sherwood's creepers, if you ever ask for a phone number, you're getting this line. Assuming Sis doesn't kick you out first.
  • Pretty sure they were like, "What can we do to make this a convincing video? CARS. AND HUBCAPS."
  • "Uniontown" is too long to spell in a song. I would've fallen asleep in the middle if it wasn't for those hardcore shiny hubcaps. 
  • Bummed the street I used to live on didn't get name-dropped. I'm trying to rep my street. Help me out, dudes. I can't really complain about my current residence, though, as it's not in Uniontown. Which means the greatest of all tragedies is that I am, in fact, not so UT.
  • Abrupt shift to nighttime? OH, SHIT'S GOING DOWN. WE'RE IN TROUBLE NOW.
And best of all, THEY SELL THOSE SHIRTS. Only $15. It's the gift that keeps on giving.


  1. If you haven't already, check out the "C'ville Clap." Judging by the name and the reputation of the area, I thought it was talking about STDs at first. I can at least tell you that it sounds better than "I'm so UT."

  2. A. I already have one of those shirts.
    B. That JP is from Hopwood. That's not UT.
    C. I am from UT proper and it gives me legit street cred.