If you think these profile self-summaries accurately reflect the person that has written them, you are destined to either be disappointed or lucky with your experience on this or any other dating site.
Now, how to describe the ego? It's just a mask. It can be beautifully crafted, but at the end of the arbitrary time worn, it needs to come off - less it become cancerous. And if I allowed that to happen, then I'd start taking life seriously and probably start to suffer, or worse cause suffering. So, what's the point of telling anyone that at this juncture I have this particular preference or that particular attitude. In the end, I probably like it all while simultaneously being able to point out several things I dislike in each category.
I think one of the primary problems humanity faces right now sits in the heart of the human operating system: our egos, our cultures, how we categorize and separate the world in our minds, etc. Adherence to ideology or anything in a dogmatic sense is only going to limit the extent at which humanity can flourish. And right now we as both a society and species seem to be stuck on some pretty heavy-duty road blocks.
I was enjoying some trees with my friends the other day, talking about how understanding the universe is our own responsibility, as the only understanding worth a damn is our own, when I realized that I had slowly been turning into a weird hybrid of Terence Mckenna, Alan Watts, and Russel Brand over these past few years. Faking it until you make it is a really good trick of hacking your own brain, I guess. Knowing those people and listening to the ideas they have propagated is a good start to getting to know me.