Me, myself, and I are going out for ice cream. Um, maybe if you weren't good with grammar…and had three personalities.
Reflexive pronouns constitute a particular subset of pronouns that can only be the object of the sentence. Never—we repeat, never—use one as the subject of your sentence.
Would you say Myself likes rainbow sherbet the best? No. So don't say Giorgio and myself like rainbow sherbet the best, either.