So I have a theory (WOW and ENFJ that has a theory?!)
I believe that there are certain types that tend to have what I've named "the Chameleon Effect"
Some people change their entire processing routine when surrounded by other people, or like a majority type.
So basically they adapt to their surroundings so well that it would be almost impossible to tell what type they truly are. Now I've had my own "chameleon effect" moments, because I like to make others happy and I'd rather avoid/resolve conflict by being the bearer of a mask, versus inflict others with unease because of my true intensity. But I'm not like this all the time,
I know a few people in my daily life who are very much the people who wear many hats, and cloaks, and burlap sacks, you get the drift.
My questions to you would be;
Have you been this person?
If so how do you maintain a false guise all the time?
Have you come in contact with this person?
How did you see through the veils, so to speak?
If you have observed or taken part in this strange but captivating ritual, could you divulge your thoughts on it? I personally think that people are rarely ever themselves, and in this time, it's almost harder to be completely uninhibited by a social standard. Conformity if you will.
This is just recreational, so if you'd like to throw your two cents in, have a blast. Looking forward to your responses!