I'm not sure if that's the case with myself, but my actions were enough to make me reconsider the type assigned to me. I understand the the MBTI typing isn't all encompassing, but some things I do might deviate from the INTP archetype. Also, I'm only fifteen, so that could be a large contribution to my little puzzle. Let me see if I could give a basic summary of why I have some concerns.
In every social situation I experience, I seem to monitor what I say and think. When first meeting people, for instance, I always make sure that I don't say or act upon anything I think might stir them, consider their situation in order to not impose on them, and generally cater to what I feel would make them as little underwhelmed as possible and maintain some level of peace. In more school-oriented situations, it's mostly this wa because I don't want to have to deal with any sort of conflict I may have envoked from saying some sarcastic comment I wanted to "share" but not really mean.
That said, when I do make such comments, I do so to recieve some kind of positive reaction from the people I hold to a more higher standard and would probably get a chuckle or laugh out of it.
Also, while I do do it more out of nature, than anything else, I don't derive much pleasure out of thinking or critically analsying subjects that do not deal with people and their more personal habits and actions (why I got into MBTI typeology in the first place.) Laziness, or rather, very poor work ethic may be the reason for not wanting to think about much beyond what comes naturally to me (which would be percieving and examing the people around me.) That in itself is, what I believe, to be a result of being spoiled emotionally througout my whole life.
And... that's it. Everything else in my head just flew out the window. Maybe I'm just imbalanced? Going from INTP to INFP is extreme, I know. But like I said, it isn't much, but just enough to pique my interest.
Sorry about the vagueness and scattered layout. I hope it's at least sufficient enough with which to work.