Most of the test I've taken have described me as an INTP, but I seem to share some qualities of an ENTP very strongly, namely love of arguing and debating. I also prefer to not be by myself, but rather with intelligent and witty people, which are hard to find. Most people are boring and talk about trivial shit, but, again, I'd much rather be with a few close friends than be alone or at a huge party.
I often imagine how other people would perceive a news article or react to a certain event, which is something common in INTPS, but I also love to have an opinion on that news article. I love current events and will discuss politics (I'm an very dogmatic communist), religion, and philosophy, with everyone, even total strangers. I'm wary about meeting new people, because as I said before, most people tend to be boring, but I still will discuss philosophy or politics if the subject comes up.
I tend to be very cynical of people, and see the flaws of a person easily. I'm very rude to people who I don't like, mostly arrogant, pompous, and vain individuals. I absolutely hate SJ's with a passion. I've made a few girls cry in High School after they minorly insulted me; I could see their insecurities and weaknesses and I exploited them because I didn't like them. I feel I can see right through people, I can easily see what people are feeling or wether or not they're faking their emotion, but emotions scare me because I don't know what to do when I'm confronted with it. Whenever I feel a strong emotion, I prefer to reason it out rather than let it control me.
I question rules constantly, mostly internally though. I will only debate the rule if I know the teacher or instructor well, but if I don't I'll just resent it silently. Sometimes I laugh at something in my head, and people will give me a strange look as if I'm schizophrenic or something. My sense of humor is really different from the mainstream. I hate both normal and 4chan humor with a passion. I frequent an obscure forum whose sense of humor is probably the most developed, relying on the subconscious of the person, than of any other on the internet.
Well, if there's anything else you need to know, please ask. This has been bugging me for a while, I can't decide wether or not I'm INTP or ENTP, and I'm not content with being an ambivert.