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 PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:00 am Reply with quote  
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  DannikJerriko
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You know you're about to be trapped on a desert island.

You may take one of the following -

> One book
> One album
> One DVD
> One VHS
> One videogame
> One other person

You have all the necessary equipment to play said VHS's, DVD's and albums. They won't get ruined by sand, so you can bring your faves. And the person you bring won't mind being on the desert island because it's awesome, so you don't have to bring someone to punish them Wink You'll be there for a month or so, so your DVD doesn't have to be "How to Survive on a Desert Island" or whatever.

Mine;

Book - A Bit of a Blur by Alex James (his autobiography)
Album - Modern Life is Rubbish by Blur
DVD - Either the obvious or Blur live at Hyde Park. Probably Blur, cos that's like three hours of continuous awesomeness, but every SW movie has its faults (I will heartily debate this somewhere else Wink )
VHS - The Lion King, Jungle Book or A Bug's Life.
Person - I don't know, not a celebrity, I'd choose someone I know. Or a chef. I heart seafood.
Video Game - Skyrim (never played it but whatevs), Chrono Trigger, Tony Hawk's Underground or Ocarina of Time. Probably Skyrim, cos I never really get to play Massive open world games and it would never, ever get boring. I could probably spend forever on a desert island with Skyrim. One with loads of gameplay time.

EDIT - Minecraft. Definitely Minecraft.
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 PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:56 am Reply with quote  
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  Darth Skuldren
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One book: Of Limited Loyalty by Michael A. Stackpole (currently reading, so I need to finish it)
One album: AC/DC "Black Ice"
One DVD: Ben-Hur
One VHS: The Empire Strikes Back
One videogame: Skyrim (I can easily spend the whole month playing this)
One other person: Kate Beckinsale. Hey, my chances go way up when there is just the two of us alone on an island for a month. Cool

Hmm, maybe I should have brought a romantic comedy...
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 PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 12:07 pm Reply with quote  
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  DarthDov
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One Book - A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson
One Album - I literally couldn't do it, music is my life. I guess some sort of compilation as a compromise.
One DVD - Ghostbusters
One VHS - Return of the Jedi
One Videogame - Skyrim (again, could easily spend the whole month playing it)
One Other Person - My friend Bex, she's going through a tough time and could use a months break Laughing


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One Book: Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk
One Album: In Rainbows by Radiohead, but only because I HAVE to choose
One DVD: Se7en
One VHS: Empire Strikes Back
One Videogame: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
One Other Person: My Girlfriend Brandee Smile
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 PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 12:41 pm Reply with quote  
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DarthDov wrote:
One DVD - Ghostbusters


Shocked

Well, your choice! Razz

Caedus_16 wrote:
One Videogame: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time


Very good choice!
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> One book -- The Hobbit - C.S. Lewis
> One album -- Fearless Platinum Edition - Taylor Swift or Beautiful Letdown - Switchfoot
> One DVD -- Tangled
> One VHS -- Star Wars: A New Hope
> One videogame -- Skyrim. I could easily start playing that game and never leave my room again.
> One other person -- One of my best friends Lindsey. She loves the beach haha
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 PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:06 pm Reply with quote  
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It seems Skyrim is the (obvious) overall choice for Video game!
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DannikJerriko wrote:
DarthDov wrote:
One DVD - Ghostbusters


Shocked

Well, your choice! Razz

Caedus_16 wrote:
One Videogame: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time


Very good choice!


And just what is wrong with Ghostbusters Evil or Very Mad I could never get bored of that film Very Happy


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DarthDov wrote:
And just what is wrong with Ghostbusters Evil or Very Mad I could never get bored of that film Very Happy


Nothing, nothing Cool
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Book- the new jedi order vector prime as thats what im reading now.

dvd- probably lee evans live stand up tour

vhs- definately return of the jedi.

video game- gears of war 3

album- maybe adele 19 or the artic monkeys favourite worst nightmare album

person- definately agree wiv skuldren on this, kate beckinsale wivout a doubt.


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> One book: NJO- Star By Star
> One album: can't choose between Metallica- Master Of Puppets and Machine Head- The Blackening
> One DVD: Big 4 Live At Sonisphere (Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax)
> One VHS: A New Hope
> One video game: Knights Of The Old Republic 2 with the Restored Content Mod
> One other person: Angela Gossow from Arch Enemy Twisted Evil
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Re: You're on a desert island...
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  Reepicheep
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> One book: The Bible
> One album: So hard! I might have to go with Ocean Eyes by Owl City because they're my favourite band but it would break my heart to leave all my other bands behind...
> One DVD: The Dark Knight
> One VHS: Batman Begins
> One videogame: I'm not a gamer, so I wouldn't know what this game is, but whatever is the longest, most customizable game out there.
> One other person: My future wife.

Oh, and Fate, The Hobbit wasn't written by C. S. Lewis. Wink It would've been even better (in my opinion) if it had been though.
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Re: You're on a desert island...
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Reepicheep wrote:
Oh, and Fate, The Hobbit wasn't written by C. S. Lewis. Wink It would've been even better (in my opinion) if it had been though.


Blasphemer...Tolkein was twice the writer Lewis was!
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Re: You're on a desert island...
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Reepicheep wrote:
> One book: The Bible


Oh, and Fate, The Hobbit wasn't written by C. S. Lewis. Wink It would've been even better (in my opinion) if it had been though.


I'm ashamed to say that the bible never even crossed my mind! I'm a terrible Christian! Sad


And wow i can't believe i did that! that was a product of 4 hours of sleep (dumb Skyrim) and i was also considering the Chronicles of Narnia Very Happy
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One book 13 days by Robert Kennedy (The Cuban Missile Crises)
One DVD Scarface
One VHS Family Guy Season 2
One Video Game KOTOR
One Person My Wife

It would feel like a holiday
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