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Retro is back
Member Name: hansolo_more
Advantages: Many colours and a variety of sizes
Disadvantages: The larger lamps can be expensive
When I was 10 my parents bought me a blue lava lamp which I adored, and looked fantastic placed in my room. For many years I enjoyed watching the lava float up and down within the lamp, and I don't think there was a day that I didn't turn it on.
However, for some silly reason, about 2 years ago, I decided to sell my beloved lamp at a car boot sale, in order to gather enough money together to go on holiday with. I was an incredibly fickle teenager, and at the time thought that due to having my room redecorated also, that the blue lamp wouldn't look right within my newly painted pink room.
About 2 weeks ago, after moving to University last Autumn, I saw one of my friend's lava lamps within their accommodation and fell in love with the lamps all over again. After spending hours decided what size, colour and price to spend, I found my new lava lamp.
I decided to purchase a 14.5inch red and purple lamp, which cost £18 including postage. I love it.
For anyone considering purchasing a lamp, I'd suggest searching around on the internet, as many websites have various offers, meaning you can great deals and save money.
Summary: Adds character to any room
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