While I don't think our possessions define us, I do think the choices you make can lend insight into your character. Thus, I do my best in this modern world to buy things as ethically as possible. You may see me driving around town in the Mini Cooper with the Apple and greyhound rescue stickers on the back (hopefully with the windows down, the sunroof open, and NPR blasting on the radio).
I like talking to people with strong opinions. I love talking to people who have carefully thought out said opinion and can give reasoned, rational explanations as to the value of their position. I'd rather spend 4 hours in a car with someone who disagrees with me, but does so with intelligence, than those same 4 hours with someone who completely agrees with everything I say, but because of some dogmatic belief they picked up some time ago.
I'm open to making new friends, who may potentially become friends with benefits, or a girl friend, or whatever label you like to stick on relationships. I think relationships are like water; naturally finding their own level. We enter each other's lives for a time, be it days or decades, and the end of that time does not mean the relationship was a failure.
My wife and I practice Ethical Non-Monogamy. That means everyone with a reasonable right to know about a relationship will do so. I find lies and secrets to be toxic, and won't suffer them lightly.