Five Must Haves In a Deserted Island

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Five Items.”

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Have you ever thought, “What would you do if you are trapped in a deserted island? “ If I have to think of such a situation, I need these five things. These are for my survival.

  1. My Specs/glasses:

My glasses are my eyes. So it is like a MUST have for me. I can’t even imagine my life without my glasses.

  1. A book or more:

I am not a kindle person and I can’t even trust a phone or an e-book reader in a deserted island (not sure how the electricity will work). So to pass the time I need books(s) – Real books. Hardcover or paperback, whatever it is!

  1. Sanitary Pads:

You never know when Aunt Flo arrives.

  1. One Big bottle of Vaseline:

This works fine for any dry area of my body.

  1. Mixed spices:

Salt, pepper and turmeric mixed in olive oil or butter for the days I am trapped is more than enough for me to catch a fish, marinate it and eat it; assuming that I can create fire and somehow get something to cook my fish on. I am a bong, I live for food. And we’re born good cooks!

These are the five things I need if I am in a deserted island. Let me know, what would be your five things by commenting in the comments below.

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