"Cow Appreciation Day" at all Chick-fil-A restaurants. Come in dressed as a cow, and you'll be given a full meal. Ah, just what does that require? "Fully dressed as a cow" means an effort to be dressed like a cow from head to toe. "Partial cow attire" means just a cow accessory, such as a cow-printed hat, vest or purse. People dressed in partial attire will be awarded an entrée vs. a full meal. Fully attired cows get their choice of any breakfast, lunch, or dinner meals – and kids pick a Kid's Meal.
What about the fine print? That old "partial cow attire," means anything accessorizing, and it's good for an entrée. Not sure where to get a cow costume? Here's the outfit's suggestion:
Start with items that you already have at home - cow-printed accessories stashed in your closet will work perfectly. Hats, vests, scarves, neckties, pants, shoes, pajamas - just about any cow-spotted item will work. Just make sure you're covered head to toe.
Wear white, and then just add spots. Throw on a white T-shirt with white pants (even sweatpants) and stick on your spots using black paper. You can cut spots out of construction paper and tape them to your shirt and pants. If nothing else, you can grab an old white T-shirt and color black spots all over it with a marker - and you'll still get a FREE entrée.
Not feeling too creative and want an easy costume? Search the Internet for "cow costumes" and you will be flooded with full-body costumes available for purchase.
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