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Why is it called a "drive through" if you have to stop

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I'm actually surprised they don't just through the food in your window as you drive by.

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Lol!!!
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hahaha
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I dont know. Very interesting though

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It would sound dumb if it was called a drive stop...wouldn't it?

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Because a "drive-in", like Sonic, you have to stop, and order your food.
The "drive-thru" means you don't have to park your car.
Did you ask the question about parking in a driveway, and driving on a parkway a few days ago? I can't remember.

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I don't know, but a friend and I have plans to stop that. We call it "The Food-mobile". We drive around cooking things like tacos and hotdogs. We drive up next to people and they tell us what they want, and we throw it out our window into theirs.

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