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    goodbye

    I had to say goodbye today
    It wasn't easy to say
    I have grown , while you have stayed the same
    You can't support me anymore
    You need to find another,
    Someone who is a better fit
    Although I never rode you
    You were a part of me
    In a special way
    I hope you will get ridden a lot in the future
    Sometimes you have to set free the ones you love
    So,
    see you around little 6ft 3 in. shortboard
    I wish you well

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    Why do people need to say goodbye? Just effing go. Nobody cares.

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    Thinning your quiver already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonefin View Post
    Why do people need to say goodbye? Just effing go. Nobody cares.
    He's saying goodbye to a shortboard not the forum.

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    Well alrighty then. And here I was kinda digging the metaphor. Only took 27 posts for me to make a fool f myself. I'll just walk down the beach for a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonefin View Post
    Well alrighty then. And here I was kinda digging the metaphor. Only took 27 posts for me to make a fool f myself. I'll just walk down the beach for a bit.
    Bwahahahaha, no worries, we have all done it

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    Yea Might as well it'll never float me.. Guy who bought it is a perfect fit for it shorter thinner younger..he scored a deal and the money I got basically reduced my purchase of that 9ft liquid shredder to net $40 out of pocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by frost View Post
    Yea Might as well it'll never float me.. Guy who bought it is a perfect fit for it shorter thinner younger..he scored a deal and the money I got basically reduced my purchase of that 9ft liquid shredder to net $40 out of pocket
    Nice!! I just traded a Lost F1 for a Channel Islands Neckbeard. The Lost only had about 29 liters, the Neckbeard has about 34, should be a fun board.

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    Buying selling trading boards imo is a win win for the most part

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    Yeah, I agree. This was my first trade and I'm happy with it. The guy wanted to sell the board, he had only ridden it like 3 times, plus he also was right on my way to Nags Head. Win win! Only problem, I had just bought a pair of FCS V2 fins for the board. Hopefully I can sell them