At this point the INTJ stereotypes are well worn ruts in the road of intellectual discussion of our type. I'm personally bored to death with the ever-revolving door of threads asking how much we personify this that or the other stereotype (see the 101 threads asking to what extent we're sociopaths, autistic, geniuses, capable of love, able to care about others, arrogant, assholes, etc).
I'm in the mood to turn things on their head, so let's talk about the ways we don't fit or defy or are the polar opposite of any of these popular stereotypes.
Share your uniqueness, and feel free to go as in depth about it as you want or just state it. More in depth discussion might include: do you think the stereotype you defy is invalid, do you think the stereotype is valid as far as generalizations go but think you have a particular developmental path that led you to be different, do you think the stereotype is valid but only tells part of the story and you occupy the other part, do you think your apparent opposition to the stereotype is really only a surface level understanding and you can explain how the apparent contradiction actually fits perfectly into the stereotype, etc.