Yes! Being perfect means you can't enjoy the fullness of life. Mistakes have to made! You can always improve. People that make mistakes learn to counter them, whereas when a perfect person makes one, they haven't learned how to counter it, as they have been perfect their entire life. Practice makes improvement!
Being perfect would entail not being bored so no. This is a Buddhist perceptive discussing the implications of enlightenment. Any suffering would dictate that one is neither perfect nor enlightened because by definition perfection would imply enlightenment.
The "perfect" people are just good liars in my experience in life. Good at faking interest, or good at hiding emotions, or good at making people feel inferior. "Perfect" must be a hard role to maintain in the eyes of everyone watching & a waste of fun in life. Be free & live life! :-D
Not a realistic question. For you to be perfect you would have to devote your life to meditation. If we all did that it would be the end of civilization. Some would argue that as a good thing. I don't think that is what you mean. I think that you are just trying to find an excuse to do what you want so that is why you pose the question in public.