Saturday, November 06, 2010

TWQ: Island Accessories

This week, TWQ (the Weekend Question) asks you about what you would want to take to a desert island.

What five items would you want to take along to a desert island? Be as practical or as funny as you wish!

My answers are:

* My favourite books.

* Evangeline Lilly (from Lost)

* A working lavatory

* Food with water

*Walking boots

Now it's over to you....


Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

interesting question!

of course endless cake and food and water (is that 3)

iPad with some kind of solar battery

buckets of beads!

big hat for shade

solar tv!

smiles, bee

Heather Dugan (Footsteps) said...

Toothbrush and paste

Journal(s) and pens



snorkel mask/fins

(When can I go??!)

Ciera said...

hmmmm....I'm going to assume that my nice little island has a clean water source and food growing naturally...

1. computer with internet access

2. boyfriend Justin (that way he can be my handyman and build shelter!)

3. Our puppy Jacalyn

4. cellphone

5. chocolate

Bilbo said...

1. My iPod for music.
2. Books (I assume more than one is allowed).
3. Writing materials.
4. Gin.
5. Tonic.

Actually, I'd probably trade any two for Evangeline Lily (if she doesn't accept your invitation).

Michael Manning said...

1.) Jennifer Love Hewitt
2.) Food and water
3.) Endless days and nights of conversation.
4.) Separate toothbrushes
5.) Use of Sir Richard Branson's private jet and security team! :)

Linda said...

My laptop with a lot of extra batteries so I could some picture editing done at last!

A stack of books I've been meaning to read.

Lots of water - LOTS of water.

Someone to talk to that could carry on an intelligent conversation.

An air bed - I'm no good at that sleeping on the ground stuff.


EastCoastLife said...

Captain Picard! - to entertain me

Oh.... Captain is not an item. :P


food and clean water


fishing hooks and nets

generator... ha!

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