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What kind of island, tropical, artic or something more temperate? would make a difference.
If tropical I would want,
A fishing pole,
A friend to keep me company and help us survive.
A big coat, to stay warm
A lighter to start fires to stay warm and melt ice or snow to drink.
A friend to keep me company and help us survive, plus share body heat with in the cave at night.
Someone else to help me survive as there is no way I would survive on my own on any of these islands.22
An endless supply of food and beverages that will never go bad or spoil.
A woman who wouldn't mind spending the rest of her life with me.
A magic genie lamp with a genie inside that I would use to break OP's rules and escape the island once and for all. You can't stop me!
If you wanted to be all "realistic" and all, I'd bring one camping backpack full of useful stuff inside it (like knife, rope, 500 page notebook, pencils, pens, flashlight, solar charger, etc) as the first thing, as well as a satellite phone, and that woman I mentioned earlier. Three things.10
1. A Fully loaded with fuel, propane gas, foods, drinks etc... Heaviest Lifting Helicopter in the world (Mi-26) (Helicopter is not for escape, just a one way trip so I can bring absolutely everything that I would ever need).
2. The Most Luxuries RV money can ever buy, basically a multi million dollar house on wheels
3. Girls, LOT'S of Girls. 😁0
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Assuming it's viable to survive on the island (eg. Food, water available and no complications on disease) then:
#1 Long, durable, hefty and good quality machete.
#2 A fishing kit. Hooks, wires and such.
#3 a good local farming guide for the region.10
1. a large sharp knife, to cut branches and leaves for shelter and for making spears to hunt for animals and fish
2. a box of matches, to make fire for warmth and for cooking
3. a medical kit for dealing with the inevitable wounds I will get10
Fire starter. Always one of the most difficult things to do without.
Metal stainless steel pot for boiling water and cooking.
A cute girl to pass the time with. Whats the point to survive if you're just going to stare at a rock all day alone?0
1. A five star hotel
2. A supermarket
3. A sporting goods store.20
Daily food and drink delivery
A sturdy house, furnitured
A charged phone with wifi that the delivery food guys take with them if dead just to recharge and give it back to me the next day0
A knife an ax and a shovel. Im one of those guys who can walk into the woods with nothing and build a nice home out of mud and sticks.
Civilization is overrated.0
Can one of the three things be a prepper backpack that is full of useful stuff?
If not then I would bring a hatchet, ferro rod, and a LifeStraw.0
Kindle reader fully stocked with books (including few survival guide books), solar panel charger, multitool set.0
1. a lot of food 😋🍞🥚🍗🥒🍅🍆
2. a cassette of my favorite nostalgic musics 🎶🎵🔴⚪
3. a small but multi-purpose house to lay my head in 🏠🛖🏚️⛺🏕️
I wish this right of wish was not limited to 3. 😃😁1
Bear Grylls' knife, flint fire starter & heavy duty rope.10
A boyfriend or hot man or crush
A MultiTool Knife Set0
Solar powered satellite phone. Solar powered GPS. Solar powered desalination kit.
I can catch fish, make and drink sea water, call for aid and give them my coordinates.0
A bible and a knife and an antenna for building radios.0
Knife, map and proper network so I can call someone.8
My bugout bag bc you said items which is 1 items with many different contents in it. my dog and a woman that knows how survive and can't get pregnant bc a island isn't for little ones running around0
A tactical axe with added tools, a fishing rod and reel (surf casting), A spear gun0
A good Parang or Machete, a 30' x 30' roll and a Carpenters/Tool box holding saws, drill brace, drills etc0
Candy bars, a military grade communication device, and lots of money.0
definitely masturbation lube lol. And maybe some girl as well. And then of course some booze10
Solar panel/all needed for it, refrigerator, fishing spear.0
1. Either a Leatherman Super Tool OR a Victorinox Swiss Champ Army Knife (as long as either one of them has a magnifying glass to help me create fire)
2. Heavy-duty survival rope with clip ends
3. Durable reusable collapsible 1-5 gallon water container with fresh water