How to Tie a Lava Lava?

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Find the perfect Lava Lava. Open the fabric and hold it even around your waste. Cross it over with your left hand. Tuck the right hands side behind your rear. Tie a knot on your left hip.
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How to Tie a Lava Lava
The lava lava, also called a sarong, is a large piece of fabric handcrafted with bold, bright, and sometimes handmade, patterns. The item of clothing is Polynesian but the name is Samoan. The lava lava is worn by men and women as a traditional item of... More »
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1. Hold the lava lava behind your back with one hand on either corner. The "wrong" side will be facing your back. The "right" side of the lava lava will be facing
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Lava is molten formed inside the earth at temperatures of 1,300 to 2,200 degrees F. Lava is expelled from volcanoes during eruptions. It's viscosity is 100,000 times greater than
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Lava is molten rock, or magma, appearing on the surface. Lava can also refer to the solidified extrusive igneous rock which forms from magma.
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