BooksBefore Audible, I have almost no ability to track how many books I've read or how much time I have spent reading them. I do know that when I was 15 or so, I traded over 1,200 novels (mostly pulp sci-fi, mystery, and other low-calorie fare) to The Neverending Story used book store for credit. I know I'd read more than that at the time because of bi-monthly trips to the library, as well as that being my second large purge. During the summers of middle school and high school I would average 2-3 novels a week, sometimes reading a complete book a day. My reading speed also fluctuates, and got much slower after college and learning how to read critically. Unfortunately, my gluttony for the printed page means there have been multiple instances where a person or online algorithm will suggest a book and I will get 2/3rds through it before I realize I've read it before.
Just Audible listening time: 47 Days, 12 Hours
MoviesI love movies. Bad movies with/without Rifftrax, good movies, old movies. Any movie based on a comic book (From Guardians of the Galaxy to History of Violence), Korean Horror/Thrillers, etc. All movies all the time. I can't remember all the movies I've seen, but I've tried to keep my Netflix updated with ratings for any movie I see there, in cinemas or elsewhere. Unfortunately, even Netflix's excellent customer service couldn't tell me the total run time of all movies I've rated, so I had to export and try to import into IMDb, which lets you export a csv with this and other data. While I'm sure two days of this is just credits, hopefully it helps cover the films I couldn't remember or find.
Estimate using IMDb: 121 Days, 13 Hours
TVTried to flesh this out with anything I was certain I saw a complete season. Innumerable shows not tracked as I have no idea how many episodes I saw of Hey Dude, Inspector Gadget, SuperTed, Mighty Max, etc.
Estimate using Tiii.me: 173 Days, 11 Hours
Video GamesNES, N64, GameCube, Wii, Sega Genesis, DreamCast, PS2, PS3, PS4, Xbox, Xbox 360; a series of computers and games including everything from Commodore 64 classics like Maniac Mansion to text adventures to Steam. I love video games, and it is the pastime I am most conflicted about, as I can see wishing I had seen more movies, or read more books, but I can't imagine I would able to say "I wish I'd played more video games" without a fatal overdose of chagrin.
Steam: 43 Days, 22 Hours