How would you describe this behavior?
Young, mid-20s male sits on his couch. He wants to get up and go to the kitchen to get something to drink, but he's unsure of what he wants. He wants to get up, pick up the remote, and change the channel, but part of him doubts that there'll be anything good on if he starts to flip through channels. He's typing, but his head is fairly empty.
What do you think? Nap time?
He needs a quest. Any chance of the Holy Grail crashing through the ceiling?
“None of us are saints.” – Albert Fish
"You can't have everything. Where would you put it?" -- Stephen Wright
He's a cat.
He comes back from the kitchen with a cup of water and a bag of Cheez Doodles. He picks up the television remote and starts to flip through channels.
Billy Madison is on ABC Family. It's one of his favorite movies, but he's seen it too many times. Chopped is on the Food Network and, while he loves the tension, he knows it's staged and there'll never be WorldStar-esque drama on this show. He's run out of options. Everything else is bad TV shows and bad movies. He turns back to his laptop and continues typing.
He has a prep book that he was working through earlier today on the table nearby. Perhaps when he finishes his Cheez Doodles and water he can open it up and continue from where he left off.