As an INTP, I always looked at myself as superior than most of my folks (before I don't even know what INTP means). I don't really know about other INTPs life, but here's my life basically :
* Most courses in school/college were easy, I was easily classified as "very smart". I kinda learn fast any subject.
* I have a very large broad of interests (from History to Physics, it's harder to find a career though)
* Very good taste in music (From classical music, hip-hop to early-metallica stuffs)
* Very good taste in women (elite beauty for elite people)
* I have this natural cold-hearted/arrogant king-ish attitude (it's, most of the time, intimidating people, my deep voice ain't helping too)
* I am very good with creative stuffs : very good drawing/creative writing (including grammar and syntax) aptitude.
* Have great humor ( toilet and surreal humor )
* I am very honest (maybe too much), people can get upset.
* I like interesting debates (on society, humans etc..)
I don't like computer and maths though (not exciting enough) but I'm sure some INTPs do.
Most of my life, when people discover my awesomeness they : are amazed, try to emulate it, copy it, are jealous, admirative etc... Because I'm modest and selfish about it, some people are even more upset.
And from what I've seen, Einstein, Lincoln, Socrates, Darwin, Thomas Jefferson etc.. are INTP's, which kinda speaks for itself.
Thoughout history, while most other-MBTI types were jumping like monkeys in caverns, INTPs were creating basically "humanity". When I see architecture, maths, music, science, technology and "most" people around, I'm pretty sure only an abstract/creative INTP mind could've created all of this.
Some non-intps call that superiority complex. You're wrong, it's just superiority !
So now, bow down to your Kings, non-INTPs ! Ha-ha-ha (evil laugh )