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BitterTom wrote:
05 Apr 2022, 2:29pm
An apology for my absence last few months,

I'm going through a shitty (is there any other) breakup at the moment. The last few months have been difficult, a few good days and you 'forget' all the crappy ones. Arguing wasn't the environment we wanted the girls to be in and although we both know it's for the best, it's so, so tough.
Tom sorry to hear this. I've been through it 3 times mate. Stay true to your self, keep an honest heart regards what's important. And remember nothing is permanent.
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Marky Dread wrote:
05 Apr 2022, 6:50pm
BitterTom wrote:
05 Apr 2022, 2:29pm
An apology for my absence last few months,

I'm going through a shitty (is there any other) breakup at the moment. The last few months have been difficult, a few good days and you 'forget' all the crappy ones. Arguing wasn't the environment we wanted the girls to be in and although we both know it's for the best, it's so, so tough.
Tom sorry to hear this. I've been through it 3 times mate. Stay true to your self, keep an honest heart regards what's important. And remember nothing is permanent.
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gkbill wrote:
05 Apr 2022, 8:05pm
Marky Dread wrote:
05 Apr 2022, 6:50pm
BitterTom wrote:
05 Apr 2022, 2:29pm
An apology for my absence last few months,

I'm going through a shitty (is there any other) breakup at the moment. The last few months have been difficult, a few good days and you 'forget' all the crappy ones. Arguing wasn't the environment we wanted the girls to be in and although we both know it's for the best, it's so, so tough.
Tom sorry to hear this. I've been through it 3 times mate. Stay true to your self, keep an honest heart regards what's important. And remember nothing is permanent.
Hello,

Not even Permanent Record? Damn, I like some tracks there.

(Please forgive if inappropriate. I'm hoping some (attempted) humor might help.)
I've been there and it sucks. Good tidings to you.
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BitterTom wrote:
05 Apr 2022, 2:29pm
An apology for my absence last few months,

I'm going through a shitty (is there any other) breakup at the moment. The last few months have been difficult, a few good days and you 'forget' all the crappy ones. Arguing wasn't the environment we wanted the girls to be in and although we both know it's for the best, it's so, so tough.
Ugh. So sorry. Breakups suck no matter what.

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BitterTom wrote:
05 Apr 2022, 2:29pm
An apology for my absence last few months,

I'm going through a shitty (is there any other) breakup at the moment. The last few months have been difficult, a few good days and you 'forget' all the crappy ones. Arguing wasn't the environment we wanted the girls to be in and although we both know it's for the best, it's so, so tough.
Oh no, Tom. I'm so sorry. Hoping each day gets a little bit easier.
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Sorry to hear this, Tom. Wish you all the best, mate.
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Apologies for not getting back to you all as well, it's too late for a thanks but I'll still do it, thank you for your supportive messages, I read them then and countless times since. I really do appreciate it.

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BitterTom wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 4:54pm
Apologies for not getting back to you all as well, it's too late for a thanks but I'll still do it, thank you for your supportive messages, I read them then and countless times since. I really do appreciate it.
Big love to ya Tom, hoping to see you posting again soon.
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Heston wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 5:00pm
BitterTom wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 4:54pm
Apologies for not getting back to you all as well, it's too late for a thanks but I'll still do it, thank you for your supportive messages, I read them then and countless times since. I really do appreciate it.
Big love to ya Tom, hoping to see you posting again soon.
Thank you mate.

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BitterTom wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 4:54pm
Apologies for not getting back to you all as well, it's too late for a thanks but I'll still do it, thank you for your supportive messages, I read them then and countless times since. I really do appreciate it.
We look forward to the days when revbob and I stare agape and aghast at songs you recommend. :cool:
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 5:03pm
BitterTom wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 4:54pm
Apologies for not getting back to you all as well, it's too late for a thanks but I'll still do it, thank you for your supportive messages, I read them then and countless times since. I really do appreciate it.
We look forward to the days when revbob and I stare agape and aghast at songs you recommend. :cool:
Yeah Tom, hoy and I have been trying to fill in but it's just not the same. Take care of yourself and come back soon!
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Flex wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 5:55pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 5:03pm
BitterTom wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 4:54pm
Apologies for not getting back to you all as well, it's too late for a thanks but I'll still do it, thank you for your supportive messages, I read them then and countless times since. I really do appreciate it.
We look forward to the days when revbob and I stare agape and aghast at songs you recommend. :cool:
Yeah Tom, hoy and I have been trying to fill in but it's just not the same. Take care of yourself and come back soon!
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BitterTom wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 4:54pm
Apologies for not getting back to you all as well, it's too late for a thanks but I'll still do it, thank you for your supportive messages, I read them then and countless times since. I really do appreciate it.
Good to hear from you Tom, miss your posts, don't be a stranger.
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BitterTom wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 4:54pm
Apologies for not getting back to you all as well, it's too late for a thanks but I'll still do it, thank you for your supportive messages, I read them then and countless times since. I really do appreciate it.
Hang in there brother we'll all be here when you come back.

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