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Matthew McConaughey explains the origin of his ‘alright, alright, alright’ catchphrase [VIDEO]

Matthew McConaughey first uttered his famous catchphrase “alright, alright, alright” during the first scene he ever filmed  in 1993′s “Dazed and Confused”:

He has gone on to say it countless times in interviews and speeches, but where exactly did it come from? UPROXX unearthed a video from 2011 where McConaughey explains to George Stroumboulopoulos how he came up with the catchphrase.

The origin involves Jim Morrison, being stoned, driving around in a sweet ride and hunting for chicks.


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