When it comes to using my imagination (daydreams & such), I seem to have oddly unrealistic realistic (bear with me here) standards for some of it. Take my love of WWII history for example, I almost never imagine myself as some bulletproof soldier. Some of my favorites: Imagining I'm in a B-17 encountering heavy flak over the Italian countryside, or a lone fighter pilot in the skies of Pearl Harbor who gets shot down and proceeds to watch in horror and pain as ship after ship is damaged and/or sunk.
I rarely imagine something being easy.
I imagine harems and gunning down any men that try to take them from me.
I like to imagine I'm passing math. It's such a pleasant daydream.
I like to imagine things that aren't actually there.
I like to imagine what it would be like if Seiken Densetsu 3 got an English translation! Also, I had this dream where I owned a tupaware store with a lotta Asian guys. I have no idea what I said, but I spoke fluently.
Sometimes I imagine that too. The part with Seiken Densetsu 3, that is, not the the part with the Asian guys.