This past Thanksgiving I decided to try getting an approach into ATL without filing the airport as a destination. I knew filing ATL as a destination would probably be the easiest route but I didn't want to have stop there or buy AvGas on the field. I filed an IFR flight plan with ATL as an intermediate. I got airborne and requested my clearance from Atlanta Approach: "Uhhh state intentions." I knew that pretty much the only thing allowed at ATL per the chart supplement was a full stop. No practice approaches, no low approaches, no touch and goes, no nothing! I initially wanted to see to if ATL Tower would be gracious and give me exactly what really wanted: touch and go? Tower, via Approach. Didn't approve that. Full stop taxi back? "Approved. Fly heading XXX." I'm in!!! Approach vectored me west of Atlanta for the approach to 8L, so I loaded up VTF RNAV 8L in the 430 to help me on the visual. Approach: "Advise ATIS foxtrot." Roger. I listened to the ATIS and got...Tango?!?! Woops, turns out big airports have an arrival and departure ATIS. I looked at Foreflight again and realized my mistake. A few minutes later..."Archer has information Foxtrot." I was cleared for the approach and given the switch to tower. Atlanta Tower approved my low approach and allowed me to get this video! Thanks to Atlanta Approach and Tower for being so generous!!!