In my youth the teachers recommended I be sent to the counselor because I wouldn't play with the other students (as soon as the option was given to me I never went to recess ever again, I'd spend my time in the art room drawing). I'd especially hate group work. To this day I still tell my group members I'll do everything, partly because I know I'll do it better and partly because I don't want to deal with any of them. I'm quite apathetic to any praise or criticism for the most part. I suppose praise bothers me a little bit on the basis that people are either lying or are two ignorant to see the flaws. I used to throw tantrums when I was little when people gave me compliments, because they were "stupid" for not seeing what was wrong. What can I say, my standards are absurdly high.
I've gone for weeks at a time without talking to anyone but family members (in which exchanges are kept to a necessary minimum), even during the school year if I could get away with it. I'll often go out of my way to simply avoid meeting another person on the sidewalk, such as retreating into the nearest shop or taking a 2-mile detour. I've never had many friends, and even then I never see any of them more than I'd naturally run into them through the necessary course of the day. I identify as asexual and I've only been in one brief relationship in my life, which made me realize I didn't want a relationship. My expression is generally blank and I can't recall the last time in recent memory I was emotional about anything. I've learned to fake most social interaction, consciously or unconsciously, because I was tired of people asking me, "what's wrong?" when I'm just trying to mind my own business. I don't own a cell phone (because I hate talking), and my digital camera has 143 pictures of rocks and no pictures of people (rocks are vastly more interesting than people). I fit somewere between INTP and INTJ on the Myers-Briggs Jung whoever it is scale. I'm generally cynical in most situations and "friends" know me as a fun-nazi for not wanting to do anything and generally being a spoil-sport. So yeah, that's me.