It seems pretty fitting that the favorite meeting is usually the last one - as was also my case.
I was a few months into my fade when I got a call to help with a service meeting demonstration on the last part of the meeting. I agreed: one last hurrah, why not? Everyone's usually fidgety by the end of the night anyway, so why not give them something to remember?
So I showed up about five minutes before the part was to begin - really didn't have the patience to sit through any more drivel than I had to. The time comes and we go up... it was A BLAST! Instead of the usual 'stand-in-place-and-present' skit, we roamed the platform, came down off it and used the adjacent room -usually a literature counter- as a separate 'house' - we EVEN had someone hide in there beforehand and come to "answer the door" as we knocked - the whole audience was in stitches by the end of it. I could smell the fumes coming out of some elders' ears.
Did anyone learn anything? Sure hope not. But it definitely was a meeting to remember, hopefully for more than just me.
It was fun to leave on a high note while making a bit of a mockery of the whole thing.