Free Chick-fil-a!

Yep, that time of year again. . . Dress like a cow, get free food. 

You know I’m all about a bargain!  We’ve done this several years running, driving quite a ways – now there’s a Chick-fil-a here in our town -wahoo!  More info  http://www.cowappreciationday.com/

Need a quick outfit idea?  This is even easier than the year I sewed felt spots onto shirts, and I thought that was quick.  How to make a cow costume quickly. . .

Please note, my internet is out so this post, including the stunning pictures, is being written via my little Tab thing, so bear with me. . .

Grab an old dead white tshirt.

Cut various large holes in it.

Wear it over a black shirt.  (just ignore my purple shirt and weird skirt . . . )

That’s it.  Now go get some free food!! (And just a heads up, don’t go at noon – it’ll be PACKED!)

FYI, here’s the link to the felt outfits I made:  http://www.sugarbeecrafts.com/2010/07/dress-like-cow.html

And here’s the post from last year on my family blog:

Would you dress like a herd to get a free meal for the fam??  Obviously we would!
Next year outfit improvements: fashion up some ears!!

And the year before:

We celebrated National Cow Appreciation Day at Chik-Fil-A – dress like a cow, get free food. How could we pass that up! We got to order whatever we wanted, no charge, oh baby. We even brought Farmer Pampa. The crazy part was going to Sam’s Club after lunch, as a herd.


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Comments

  1. says

    how fun! we are going to be trying to go tonight. I hope we do enough to get the free meal and not just the entree. i’m rather shy so we will see how this goes.

  2. says

    We don’t have Chik-fil-a’s here in CT. I wish they did because I love their food and I’d be dressing up my family too. Cute costumes and enjoy your free food!

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