Burritos, birth control, bitcoins: Clearly, only the most conventional ATMs stick to dispensing dollar bills.
Here are some of the cool, offbeat things that can be had with the mere touch of a screen via the machine down the corner...or across the globe:
If you run across a gold ATM in Las Vegas or Abu Dhabi, chances are it's literally a gold-dispensing machine. Insert cash or swipe a card at a Gold to Go machine, and buy a gold bar at the going exchange rate.
Sprinkles launched this regularly stocked sweet machine in 2012 in Beverly Hills. Today, the chain runs nearly a dozen cupcake ATMs, ensuring your red-velvet needs can be met 24/7 across the United States.
In 2014, Australia's ANZ bank converted 10 of its ATMS into designer "GayTMs" for the weeklong Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardis Gras. The GayTMs, which dispense a message of inclusiveness along with cash, are now an annual tradition.
If you prefer your cash-to-bitcoin transaction to be sanctioned by a former heavyweight boxing champ, then the Mike Tyson-branded ATM bitcoin machine at the Linq Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas is for you.
OK, some of these are are closer to vending machines than ATMs. But we had to include them. Exhibit A: pizza.
In London, you can conduct a pizza transaction -- from payment to hot, cheesy product -- in less than 3 minutes at a Let's Pizza, billed as the "world's first pizza vending machine."
From Africa to Europe, so-called "condom ATMs" liberate the condom vending machine from the public restroom and add variety, such as lubricants and, in the case of one Brooklyn-based machine, morning-after pills.
Make a selection, insert cash and -- voila! -- freshly stocked caviar (or truffles, if you prefer) can be yours at one of the machines run by the 90210-based gourmet food company Beverly Hills Caviar.
If you're at an ATM in Missouri or Minnesota, and you're feeling lucky, you might be able to buy lottery tickets alongside your withdrawal -- of course, you can also skip the withdrawal and just try to get lucky.