What's the weirdest drive-through?

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The first drive-through bank was built in the 1930s, the first drive-through fast-food restaurant in the 1940s. Since then, all sorts of drive-through services have cropped up, some a little crazier than others. What's the weirdest drive-through?

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Sadly for the male residents of Congruity, Pennsylvania (apparently the seat of Irony County), Climax — the world's only drive-through strip club — has closed its carport for good. Located nowhere near Intercourse, Pennsylvania, Climax provided the world's second-oldest service from the comfort of one's own vehicle. Looks like the world just wan't ready for such conveniences.

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Hands down, Brew Thru. The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a prime beach resort area. It has a big hang-glider culture (thanks to Jockey's Ridge, a huge sand dune), thousands of itinerant college-age beachgoers, and exactly one or two main roads (depending on where you are on the islands) from end to end. Pedestrians cross the roads constantly, walking from houses to beaches and back. Nobody's paying attention. What's the best thing to add to this situation? Drive-through alcohol. That's the ticket. These places have been an Outer Banks institution for decades, and they must drive lawmakers and MADD activists crazy.