Walt “Clyde” Frazier dresses like a cartoon pimp and routinely speaks in polysyllabic rhyme. He’s a basketball legend and an announcer for the Knicks. He more than likely has complete outfits made of Ostrich, Alligator, and several other descendants of the dinosaurs. He may or may not actually be a pimp.
The ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, Disdain For The Mundane, traces the origins of Frazier’s “distinct” style and his extensive vocabulary, to his strong desire to not be average. Even if you don’t like basketball or the sex trade, this short video’s got a ton of quotables, that’ll prove useful in many scenarios. Especially so, when someone walks up on you and asks you why you’re wearing a button up shirt with a pattern of discreet skulls on it.
“I wear this shirt good sir, because of my strong disdain for the mundane. Now where the hell is my money? Good day.”- raythedestroyer