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When Shannon Sharpe Reminded Skip Bayless Not To Use The Word Thick: "What I Tell You Bout That Word? Only Exotic Dancers And IG Model Is Thickness A Benefit."

When Shannon Sharpe Reminded Skip Bayless Not To Use The Word Thick: "What I Tell You Bout That Word? Only Exotic Dancers And IG Model Is Thickness A Benefit."

Regardless of what you think of their opinions, no one can debate that Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe have one of the most entertaining sports debate shows in the world today. The two personalities are polar opposites when it comes to their opinions, and that is what makes their verbal sparring sessions so entertaining.

Bayless and Sharpe have a massive age difference as well, which shows when they debate with each other on a lot of sports subjects. But sometimes, Shannon Sharpe has to explain to Skip the ways of the modern world, as Bayless' age has left him a little out of the loop with the modern-day use of language and slang.

One such incident occurred during a debate over the NFL. While talking about Russell Wilson, Skip Bayless referred to him as 'thick'. Shannon Sharpe immediately interrupted him and reminded him of the actual connotation of the term, and explained why he shouldn't be using that word to describe an NFL quarterback.

Skip:”Russ is thick! He’s stoutly built”

Shannon: “What I tell you bout that word? Quarterbacks don't need to be thick. Only exotic dancers and ig models is thickness a benefit”

This is far from the wildest thing Shannon Sharpe has had to deal with while speaking with Skip Bayless. Recently, Skip had a ridiculous argument about LeBron investing money into his body, demanding proof that he spends more than players like Kevin Durant and Kahwi Leonard, and saying that it is a media myth made to further LeBron's GOAT case.

Not everyone is a fan of Skip Bayless though, as Kevin Durant made it abundantly clear to him that he didn't like him, despite Bayless consistently singing his praises. While he may be a polarizing figure, there is no disputing the popularity of Bayless, Sharpe, and Undisputed.