Well since you've asked....
That's a very good question. I could mention how I've played through certain games over and over and over, but I think this is supposed to be about current stuff, so...
Lately I've been getting horribly sucked in to playing "XLogical". It's frustrating and annoying, but it's convenient, or at least at hand, and stupidly tempting to try to push through "just a bit further". Some of the levels are a huge pain in the ass in how you need to shift focus rapidly, or with how bod luck can screw you over. But there's a ton of levels to play. And on top of all the annoying things intrinsic to the game, the developers have this sort of "us against them" attitude towards the end user(hmmm, wonder why some levels are so frustrating?) and are hysterically paranoid about cheating, so they've decided to make passwords from one system not work on another, so if I wanted to continue playing this after switching to a new distro, I'd probably have to play the handful of frustrating levels, and the truckload of other ones, over again. Why the hell is that thing using passwords in the first place, what is this supposed to be, the 90's, I don't think even consoles use passwords anymore. They even made the font a little difficult to read.
Besides that, whenever I have something I could look through, read, view or listen to, I tend to always try to "save it, just in case", "use it up", or analyze whether I really need it instead of just deleting it or throwing it away. I'm trying to ditch that habbit, but that's not comming along very well, whenever I try hard to avoid one of those things, I tend to just lean towards another.
I tend to get sucked into reading random stuff on wikipedia sometimes.
When I'm supposed to get ready to go somewhere, I tend to check boring little distractions, ie. stuff like email acounts and things that might update but hardly ever do, partially out of paranoia that I'm not forgetting anything.
I've strated playing battle for wesnoth. The first time I've played through, I lost a lot of loyal and high level units, so I started the first campaign again. but I've been continuing my first run through it, just to see what I can expect later on, to be able to prepare accordingly.
Lately I've also been playing Icewind dale a bit. I've already played through it, let's see... once with a normal party, once with a 4 character party, one time I tried soloing but feeling a need to hoard everything made that extra tedious, and besides, it was boring, so I stopped maybe halfway through the original areas. so a while back I've tried playing a game on hard setting, with the special option that prevents you from getting extra experience, and with a party with no warriors, at first I thought of playinng with an all spellcaster party instead, but decided that wouldn't be much of a challenge. So, recently, I've resumed that game a bit. On something like version 0.9.12 of wine, uggghhh, for some reason, it seems to actually run a bit smoother with a big clunky java app in the background. But I've stopped that pretty quick, well at least for now.
I take too long in the shower. Then I take long drying off.
I've set up a quinta boot spare system, well sort of, one niche function distro didn't work. I can't even use the thing it for now because it has a crappy thermaltorque volcano 9 on it and the temperatures cut way too close.
Let's see, besides that I struggle with a rather old PC with an outdated linux distro because I can't justify buying a new one, and i'm paranoid that my system could get hosed one way or another if I install a new distro on this one. And I can't bring myself to get an external hard drive or just an enclosure, because I have a few spare IDE drives lying around, and I've had a horrible experience trying to get an enclosure for those. I try to back up to DVD's, but I'm very finicky about doing so in a neat and organized way.
I avoid biting down on anything sugary, doing so maybe once or twice a week, because I don't want to wreck my teeth, and I can't go to the dentist So that means that usually I just eat fruit in a way that involves mashing it up and mixing it with stuff.
I daydream a lot. A LOT. Although this is only horribly wasteful because I haven't gotten into the habit of writing all the plots and worlds in my head down.
Sometimes I troll. But not much, and only in places where that is appropriate.
And sometimes I use message boards worse than this one. Sometimes I even use tech boards considerably worse than this one.
I think that sums it up pretty well.