I like who I am. Why would I want to be something different? I don't understand that urge or the reasoning. I'm an N and I go out and live life to the fullest - especially when I was young I took great risks and was always going on little adventures. If anything, my N fueled my ideas of what kind of interesting living I would be doing. So I think the N stereotype that they only live life in their heads are extreme, unbalanced, and/or unhealthy Ns.
I have nothing against Ss and I appreciate what they do and why they are there. I'm quite sure there are as many N and S types that I do or don't get along with.
I think my S side is developed enough to where I don't feel like I either hate them or want to be one, either. Maybe that's where this longing or disgust springs from - Ns with poorly developed Si or Se.
I actually strongly identify with some ISFPs even though I'm totally an N, and the love of my life so far is an ISFP, probably because of dominant Fi and inferior Te. I also like ISFJs a lot. One of my closest friends is an ESFJ.