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27 years old; in and out of college; engaged to my fiance now for 5 years!
My friend gave me a knockoff (black base, red lava, blue cloudy liquid), someone at my church gave my mom a non-flowing piece of "China Junk" (she picked it up at a rummage sale), and my fiance received a 20oz blue/yellow Lava brand from a friend, all three events unrelated and within a one-month window. That was more than enough to jumpstart my obsession, so here I am!!!
Where I Live:
Northern LA (the state next to Texas, NOT Los Angelos)
My First Lava Lamp was:
Late 90s USA Blue Electric - Blue Wax, blue base, crystal clear water. Had been vigorously shaken once years ago (me being an idiot: fogged it up for 2 whole weeks), yet the lamp is still crystal clear to this day.