1) You shouldn't stereotype all INTPs to be just like the INTPs that you have come across. Not all of us are reserved and miserable, and certainly not all of us are following Alice into Wonderland. I value my ability to perceive things without always breaking things down into chunks of intellectual dribble - doing that would take the joy out of everything way too often! I do value my Thinking side quite a bit, but because INTPs are usually fairly adaptable people in various types of cliques, we can work well towards a compromise if it means being happier and getting along with others. To purposely box yourself into your archetype would be ridiculous. People are more multi-dimensional than that, and always respond to different stimuli in varying situations. I will hang out with anyone who I naturally get along with, regardless of their type - okay, except maybe for an ESFP because that's too much of a strain.
2) I like apple pies when they come straight out of the oven.
If you valued your Ti more, you would have realized 1) on your own. And my Ne is definitely telling me that you're missing out on knowing some of the more intriguing INTPs because of your pre-conceived misconceptions of us. If you smell what The Rock is cookin'?!?!?!