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Dallas, Texas
37 years old
Caucasian / White
Body type:
5' 7"  (170cm)
Pisces (Feb 19- Mar 20)
Marital status:
Single (never married)
Have Kids:
Want Kids:
Income: $60,000 to $80,000
Relocation: Yes
Relationship: Casual dates OR activity partner

My description:

Hi!  My name's Jarvis.  Passionate vegan since a young age.  Had a carefree childhood and was raised in the rural countryside, though this also enforced my awareness of how animals are abused and what a filthy industry that is.  As a young adult (eg moving off to college on scholarship), I was a bit slow coming out of my bubble perhaps.  Eventually I was forced to face the world, I struggled working long hours, and finally I found confidence, finished college, and took a well-paying job.  This was a real accomplishment for someone as obstinate as I was.  In the past couple years, and turning thirty, I finally feel settled economically – almost like a normal person.  But you and I both know I'm not a normal person.

I've always unabashedly followed my own ideas.  Besides being vegan I've never owned a car (though I am ecstatic about electric cars);  I sleep on a totally hard surface, it being good for the back;  I sit with my legs in a squat position, it being good for circulation;  I insist on arranging my computer screen five feet away from my face, it being restful on the eyes to gaze far;  I take cold showers and I live in the heat or the cold of the season, just hating stuffy buildings.  I throw my own (single-person) dance parties to stay limber.  I prefer to be nude although I will compromise this point socially.  Have always shopped the groceries with tote bags.  I eat but once or twice a day, following Thoreau's advice, and it's usually awesome legumes and veggies.  I'm a proponent (unfortunately not a present practitioner) of humanure composting.  I support alternative building methods such as straw-bale/cob as one idea or the monolithic dome as another.  I enjoy the decision-theoretic concept of superrationality, and despite lately giving most of my money away, I adore Ayn Rand's espousal of the mind as a mix of style and heroism, a thing upright that cuts through life's choices with the honor that is needed, centered humanely on the joy of its own do. 

Sorry, got a little carried away.  I'm awesome but you knew that when I said I was vegan, right?  Mainly, I'm just a person who is interested in building friendships with my favorite people.  That would be other vegans, or those who at least appreciate the virtue of a plant-based diet.  Say hello because I look forward to meet you.

I work overseas. 

But when I come visit, I can teach you how to catch a fly in a glass using a sheet of paper!  (For safe removal outside of course.)  You'll also get to taste my delicious seasoned vegetables!


When I was young, my dreamy vision of my future self was always to have a wife and children.  I've potentially given up on this idea though, for a mix of reasons.  Where I am in my life now, I would like just to develop some friendships, both for the personal reward of it but also from a community viewpoint.  I don't have many vegan friends, which means I can't /be/ a friend if needed. I'm very generous;  I actually prefer helping those who don't need help, though.  Look, I don't know how to express my mind concisely:  this is going to sound strange, but I am currently saving up my money to buy electric cars and modest houses for friends and family.  I save two thirds of my income, which means I save enough in a year to do one really nice thing for someone.  I am looking to make the best investments I can, not necessarily those that will return anything to me, but simply those that drive social change and which help people I care about get past a threshold of growth for themselves.  Vegans (and adherents of the plant-based diet) are my favorite people, so if I'm going to be giving my money away (it's just how my mind works), I should be using it to make a difference in the lives of whom I adore and cherish -- you.  Yeah, you're probably looking at me pretty strangely right now.  But I wouldn't know how to say an insincerity.  I want to be a force-multiplier for my fellow vegans.  I am open-minded and earnest. I seek those who would reciprocate with me a familiar friendship and a chance for meaningful participation in each others' lives, hopefully with one or two idealistic or worthy goals in mind.

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