First of all, please don't move this to site-related for two reasons:
1) I don't think anyone really reads that forum except for staff.
2) It doesn't have to be a chat room hosted on this site nor by this site.
OK, so here are some questions: Ever been so bored that you're sitting on MM posting to a few threads, and so bored that instead of doing something productive, you bounce around forums and see if there are any replies that might be fun to answer?
Have you ever urinated while talking on a cell phone?
If the answer to any of these questions is "yes," then welcome to my Thursday.
Anyway, back in "the day," I had a membership to Suicide Girls. They had a chat room but they weren't paying for it. It was hosted by another company and users were able to sign into it using their SG info and it tied the profiles together in some sort of magical way, that only only two people actually know how it was done: David Copperfield and that dude who went on tv with a mask and showed how everyone else's magic tricks were done
So, it would be cool if there were a chat room that MM people used/went to just for those days when you are bored, or wanted to have more of a live discussion whether silly, serious, or anything in-between. Or seriously silly.
EDIT/AFTERTHOUGHT/WHATEV: Oh, and it would be cool if there was a llamaing site (cough) that had some sort of cooler way of interacting via threads. Such company could start a beta forum where instead of text-based answers, you had the option of responding with text and/or a voice recording.
I think it would be worth the bandwidth since it would be vastly different from other forums, would make a site fun and kind of rekindle activity as well as draw new activity, would likely attract new members as friends would be talkin' about it, and wouldn't take up too much disk space on a server with the right compression balance, and could possibly be a great ad-generating feature as said company might be able to charge more for an ad that had special exclusivity on a forum that gets far more traffic.
Longest run-on sentence ever.