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Let’s face it, drive-thrus are pretty crazy places.

In theory, all you’re supposed to do there is order, pay, pickup your food and drive along. And while that process seems simple enough, there are quite a few people out there who can’t help but find ways to…switch it up. You know, by involving animals, pyrotechnics and superheroes and stuff—all in a quest to acquire some fast food.

Like we said, simple in theory.

We’ll start off with a nice, heartwarming example of what we mean. Two guys decided they were going to pay for other people’s orders at a local drive thru. But what started as a good deed turned into a chain reaction when all the drivers receiving a free meal volunteered to pay it forward yet again:

A free meal definitely isn’t the strangest thing to happen at a drive thru though. But BATMAN literally swooping down from the sky to steal your food right out of your hand? Yeah, that’s up there (the theft takes place around the 40-second mark):

Drive-thrus are like gas stations: Weird things start happening after dark (Re: Batman). This time though, it was another character from your childhood who got a case of the 2 a.m. munchies: 

Since drive thru staff have seen it all, they inevitably get to a point where nothing shocks them anymore. That feeling is pretty evident in this next video, where a dog appears at the window instead of a human, and we can almost hear the attendant thinking “I’m so sick of this crap”:

No matter how long you’ve been working the ol’ window though, you probably still wouldn’t expect your next customer’s wallet to spontaneously explode into flames (if you do, you might want to see someone about that). “Do you take half-burnt twenties?”:

The whole point of a drive-thru window is convenience. But we think this burger joint in Texas missed the memo. Not only do you have to take a fairly-long drive just to get to the end of the massive line, the restaurant actually employed police officers to direct all the traffic. Hope those burgers are worth the wait!