Drive-Thru Workers Describe The Weirdest Thing They've Ever Seen In Someone's Car
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Fast food workers encounter customers from a variety of backgrounds and situations that make each transaction unique.


But those who are positioned at a drive-thru window experience interactions that are even more oddly exclusive.

Tellers see customers inside their own environment, and therefore, get a peek into their personal lives.

To hear interesting anecdotes, Redditor Reach-n-Teach asked strangers:

"People who have worked the drive thru, what's the weirdest thing you've seen in someone's car?"
Some Redditors mentioned witnessing (or hearing) NSFW scenarios, seeing a mammal – and in one case – was attacked by something slimy.

One thing is certain. You can't make this stuff up.

Please proceed to the next window and be prepared to guffaw.

Drunk Gym Teacher

"My gym teacher, drunk. He started eating the tacos at the drive through window. He was there for over 5 minutes, just eating. I saw him the next day in school, we both acted like nothing happened."

penndawg84

The Inflated Passenger

"Dude had a full on sex doll dressed up in his passenger seat. Sunglasses, dress and even a hat. I couldn't even tell it was fake until I asked for their order. Coworker and I looked at each other simultaneously and we both said 'was that a sex doll?' This is in a 'wealthy' area of my city as well so it was definitely a first."

CanJohnEven

Not Gay

"Two guys naked on a bench seat. Driver made sure to tell me they weren't gay."

shizuye

Hungry Pet

"Only worked drive-through for a year but the weirdest thing I saw was an alpaca in a minivan. They asked at the window if they could order some apple slices for the alpaca. I just gave them two packs on the house."

MomoPeachBear

"Private Peters"

"Had a guy consistently come through the drive thru with his pecker out. He would always order the same thing, large mellow yellow no ice, always on a sunday, and always wearing military fatigues. Then he stopped showing up for a bit, we called him private peters, as our little sign to call the cops if he showed up again. A month later we get an order for a large mellow yellow no ice, so I decide to take over the window. We convinced the car in front of him to stay in the lane and we called the cops, he got suspicious and left but they caught him and was charged."

CaptainKuntz

Comfortable In Their Own Naked Skin

"I had 4 women that came through a few times. I'm 16. They're all like 45+. Not made up. Just naked and completely casual. Never acted like they were even slightly concerned they were naked at all. One of the girls there said they came through about once a week. We didn't have a nudist colony nearby that I knew of. Just these same ladies."

Ponchoreborn

He Had Time

"Had a customer come through with a giant grandfather clock in the back seat. The thing was so huge it was sticking out the side window, which just so happened to be on the left side of the car. Which meant dude couldn't get close enough to the window to reach his food and had to step out, cursing the whole time."

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Flying Fish

"Someone threw a fish at me once. Didn't order anything, just a drive by fish attack."

PsyPup

What's In The Egg Cartons?

"I worked at a Tim Hortons and once saw an old lady with like 50 cartons of eggs in her car, I made a joke saying 'looks like you could make your own breakfast' and she got real straight faced and said 'oh honey those aren't eggs.' Still have zero clue what else you would store in egg cartons..."

BoltzTV

So That's What Was In Those Egg Cartons

"Golf balls. I used to steal gold balls from a golf course water hazard and the woods around the course. Sold them in egg cartons for $5"

hillbilly_trash

People Share Facts That Sound Comforting But Are Actually Highly Disturbing
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Have you ever had someone try to comfort you, but ended up feeling worse after what you just heard?

It happens more frequently than people would like, when what were meant to be words of comfort and encouragement end up having the exact opposite effect.

Indeed, sometimes we might be better off, or able to sleep somewhat easier had we not been told a certain statistic or recent study, which paints an optimistic light, but is bad news nonetheless.

Redditor Soupmandog589 was curious to learn what optimistic facts aren't quite as comforting as they seem, leading them to ask:

"What’s a fact that sounds comforting but is actually highly disturbing?"
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Like... "Why are you doing that to your body?"

I love food as much as the next person, but somethings really should just stay on the vine.

So many of the current most popular foods make no sense to me.

Avocado. Just... why? It's green slime.

To each their own.

Redditormintylye wanted to discuss personal issues with the menu. They asked:

"What food does everyone love to eat, but you don't?"
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Accepting reality is never fun.

Once the allure of childhood wears off, all we have is a hard smack of concrete reality.

Redditor Shutup_Iamtalking wanted all of us to take sometime and prepare for life's harsh realities. They asked:

"[Serious] What is a disturbing truth, every adult has to face eventually?"
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When we're little, we're inclined to believe things that seem ridiculous when we get older. Most of us believed in Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy at some point. Many of us believed unicorns existed, or that there were monsters hiding under our beds.

When we were 10, my best friend and I convinced our younger brother that we were spies that went to a special spy school in the middle of the night to train. When I was 12, I managed to convince my soccer camp rival that I was pregnant with a carrot. I'm still not sure how that worked!

The point is, when we're children, we tend to believe a lot of silly, or even stupid things. However, some of us carry some of those stupid beliefs into adulthood.

Reddit users shared some of the stupidest things that they or someone they know still believe thanks to Redditor OnionChan_.

He asked:

"What are the stupidest things that some people believe?"
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