In my case, it's only when I'm reading about them.
This particular list doesn't mean much to me, as the Buddha himself devised many lists and the "ten paramitas" was not one of them. This particular paramita listing is a commentarial device, seemingly co-opted/adapted from Mahayana Buddhism.
To that end, I find lists such the Noble Eightfold Path to be more useful and direct (since I do not strive to follow a bodhisattva path).
Yes, I agree with you and Tilt, Retro. When I was a Mahayana practitioner and knew little about Theravada and the Pali Canon, there was a list of 6 Paramitas :
Generosity, Ethics/Right Conduct, Forbearance, Diligence, Meditation, Wisdom.
..but they were just a list amongst other lists with lengthy explanations, which didn't mean much to me on a day-to-day level.
What's more important now to me is trying to practice Dhamma according to the Eightfold Path, and developing mindfulness and present moment awareness, according to the teachings of Ajahn Sumedho.
Hopefully if we can all make Dhamma practice part of our lives then various qualities will arise naturally.