Would You Date the Happy Humanist?

Yes, we created a “dating profile” for the Happy Humanist! Do you share something in common with our beloved mascot?

Happy Humanist Online Dating Profile

Name: Happy Humanist (aka Happy Human)

Gender: None

Tagline: My life is awesome (and so is yours)!

Favorite Quote: “Being a Humanist means trying to behave decently without expectation of rewards or punishment after you are dead.” -Kurt Vonnegut

Occupation: Humanist Mascot

Children: Millions (and wanting more!)

Interests: Helping people smile, finding and bringing out the best in others, living life now

What I Do for Fun: Tell corny jokes, dance badly, pose for tattoos, show up on flags, march in parades, appear at conferences.

What’s the First Thing People Notice About You? I’m not a god. 😉

What’s the most important thing you’re looking for in another person? The desire to make the world a better place for as many people as possible—and someone who can do shadow puppets. I can’t do many shadow puppets. LOL

Your friends say you are… too damn positive!

What are a few things you can’t live without? Books, conversation, laughter, hope for humanity.

What are you most passionate about? The future.

How do you typically spend your leisure time? Trying to learn how to show up on toast so people will notice me more.

What are your favorite books? Anything by Kurt Vonnegut or Isaac Asimov, The God Delusion, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, A Vindication of the Rights of Women, Where the Wild Things Are.

What kind of music do you listen to? My favorite song is “Imagine” by John Lennon. I like Bad Religion, NOFX and Ani DiFranco. I’ll listen to almost everything except Christian rock or gospel music. Sorry!

What movies to you enjoy? The Invention of Lying, Inherit the Wind, Life of Brian, and, as a guilty pleasure movies, Ghost Busters and When Harry Met Sally.

What is your idea of a perfect day? One where the shower works, clothes fit, the food is good, people are nice, laughter is enduring, pets are happy, nothing breaks, children are having fun, no one gets hurt, having someone around to scratch your back, and absolutely everyone learns something valuable and real.

Readers: Would you date the Happy Humanist? What other characteristics should the Happy Humanist have? Let us know in the comments below (and have fun with it)!