I've thought about going to a meeting, both where I'm known to be DF'd and where I'm not. Being DF'd and knowing it doesn't mean a thing to me, it might be fun to see them "shun" me. Like kids playing "cooties".
Going where I'm not known could be surreal. Getting love-bombed, seeing the heads nodding at every word, finally hearing a talk from the platform with a critical ear. (I haven't attended a meeting since I first decided to leave, so I've not had that experience)
It would be fun to go when the Watchtower study will be focused on DF'ing, then comment: "I've been disfellowshipped for a few months now, and honestly, it's not that big of a deal. Once you decide that the Bible isn't the word of God anyway, who cares how a 19th century millenialist sect tells its remote-controlled droids to treat you?" Do you think the brother running the sound system could get the mike off in time? Do you think I could maintain my composure long enough to rattle off the whole comment? (I doubt it)
Or one that focuses on Christendom's buddying up with the world, then comment how many churches enjoy an affiliated NGO status with the UN. Then add, "But then again, I wonder why we condemn those other churches, since the Watchtower was also an affliliated NGO for over a decade."
The thing holding me back is wasting a perfectly good 12% of a day that could be spent doing ANYTHING else.