Q39 page 133 from ” Introduction to probability by Joseph k.Blitzstein”.Give an example of two discr

Q39 page 133 from ” Introduction to probability by Joseph k.Blitzstein”.Give an example of two discrete random variables X and Y on the same sample space such that X and Y have the same distribution, with support {1, 2, . . . , 10}, but the event X = Y never occurs. If X and Y are independent, is it still possible to construct such an example?