Get to Know Halo: Our 3 Deserted Island Must-Haves

Get to Know Halo: Our 3 Deserted Island Must-Haves

The fact that it’s almost spring has us daydreaming of warm, sandy beaches and a little time to ourselves, which got us thinking about what we would bring to a deserted island.

Set sail with us – or not if you enjoy civilization – and learn about our three deserted island must-haves.

The Family Man

I will bring my Bible because the Word of God is everything to me. My wife, I could not go through life without her. And of course, my fishing equipment to catch and prepare food to live. -Norm T., Account Manager

The Survivalist

A big ole Rambo style Bowie knife, 55-gallon drum of SPF 50 sunscreen – I’ve seen those sunburnt, miserable “Naked and Afraid” contestants – and a life-sized inflatable raft. -Bill B., Account Manager

The Castaway

A volleyball, half a Porta Potty, and a pair of ice skates. -Barran Y., SAP Business One Manager

The Person You Want to be Stranded With

A modified SATCOM Pallet outfitted to pick up TV transmissions and covered in solar panels, a prefabricated steel building with all the fixings (covered in solar panels) from advanced modular structures, and 29 tons of military grade MRE’s. I know you said three, but Natalie Portman was in the same shipwreck, so she’s there too. -Bill G., Operations

The Island Queen

Jude Law. Why? Pretty obvious. Because he’s ugly. Makeup. Why? Well, again, obvious. At least to me. Advil. Why? Because I hate toothaches and I watched “Castaway” one too many times. -Michelle P., Project Manager

The Not So Lone Survivor

Although it doesn’t specify eternity on the deserted island, I would bring my coworker Brian with his three things: a GPS, boat and food? My coworker Rolanda and her three things: a man, booze and music. And my three things: water purifier tablets, fire starter and fishing supplies. -Ana S., Regulatory Compliance

The Pirate

A shotgun with buckshot, slug shot, and incendiary rounds to hunt on land and start fires. Snorkeling equipment, including a pneumatic spear gun, to hunt sharks and sea monsters. And a desalinating water bottle to stay hydrated.

I’ll craft whatever else I need from materials and lost and/or alien civilizations on the island that I will either conquer or engage in diplomacy with. -Ricardo G., Lead Generation Specialist

The Hunter

A knife – works perfect for food preparation/catching food as well as for my protection. An endless supply of drinking water because I need water to survive. And Chris Hemsworth because why not. But, that’s probably a long shot, so my last pick would be my boyfriend because he probably has more survival skills than I do. Zenena M., Social Media Specialist

The Minimalist

I would bring a guitar – to teach myself how to play. A hammock – for hanging out. And a soccer ball – because everything else is just a luxury. -Steven S., Marketing and Media Researcher

The Jane to Tarzan

A man (no explanation needed), music because it’s life, and non-perishable food because I need food while I learn how to fish.

*Wine is being grouped into the non-perishable food category. -Rolanda B., Regulatory Compliance

The Island Foodie

I’d have to have a Let’s Pizza machine, a signed and notarized copy of my “Guaranteed Lifetime Supply and Worldwide Delivery of Guinness” contract, and a laptop for reading, writing, listening, watching, and communicating until the batteries run out. -Patrick M., Senior Copywriter

The Book Worm

If I were to go to a deserted island, I would bring my fiancé Elliot for some company since I love him so much. Also, I would bring a laptop with a device that gives it charging and Wi-Fi capabilities for entertainment purposes. That way I will be able to browse the internet, mostly on sites like Reddit; watch some television shows, like “Sense8”; and read some e-books, like “The Way of Kings” by Brandon Sanderson. -Shira L., Proofreader

What three things would you bring to a deserted island?

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