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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Dress Like a Cow=Eat Free

Once again, it is time to eat a free Chic-Fil-A Sandwich for your silliness. This Friday, July 11, 2014 is the day.

Some of the mothers have several children, themselves, and their husband dressed in cow apparel. They have painted tshirts along with shorts, pants, sweatpants or baby onesies. Some women in full regalia of cow printed material.  They do sell cow print fabric.

Some of the cows are white with black or brown spots, some are black with white spots. Are there black cows with white spots? That's me.

As for myself, I go low tech. I put on a black tshirt and black pants and scotch tape pieces of white tshirt material or white copy paper to it. I march in and get my sandwich, go to my Coke in the car and eat.

This Friday, exbf will be here. I was afraid he would not go along with this. He will. I have a ratty pair of black, faded pants I got free for him. He did not like them, so I said I would just keep them here for the day he needed them. I was thinking--forgot work clothes, got them wet or nasty. Well, wearing them for a sandwich is good enough reason the wear them. He has a nice polo shirt with a Scotland patch, so I will just put one of his cow spots over that.

Whew, now I don't even have to think about lunch. He didn't even object or hesitate. Sweet! The day I start painting cow spots on my clothes, stop me. The day I buy fabric for cow shirt and pants, stop me.

I don't care to hear if you hate CFA!

Your turn

Do you ever dress like a cow to get this free sandwich? Would you dress up to get free food if you could choose the food?

12 comments:

  1. If I can find a Chik fil a in Pittsburgh maybe my son and I will go get some free sammiches.

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    1. You can put those spots on easily. I hope you find a CFA.

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    2. In cranberry township, right off of interstate 79, I work near there and will get my sandwich!

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  2. Hmmm. Not sure - but my hypocritical self would love to see it.

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    1. EC,
      LOL, well your hypocritical self saw a picture of me. Right?

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  3. Didn't know they even offered that kinda deal. I love their sandwiches, but I'll pass. No time (or desire lol) to put together an outfit.

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    1. TLC,
      There is no outfit putting together. Just tape on about five spots. I don't really call it an outfit, just a getup. Calling it an "outfit" is giving my clothing I wear there too much credit. I can do better on outfits. I am shocked at these mothers of multiple children who go to the effort to paint tops and bottoms from the whole family, including the Dad sometimes.

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  4. No and No! The costume would be too hot and the time involved would not be worth any Chic-fil-a or even a Waffle House.

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    1. Coffeypot,
      The costume is just your ordinary tshirt and shorts if you wish. I spend about five minutes cutting out spots from copy paper and taping them on my tshirt in front and on thighs of my pants. So, it is not hot at all or time-consuming.

      I am not wearing the full, furry cow costume with head part! That is not in my repertoire.

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