Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

Well, not really a chicken dinner.  But something you could read while you eat a chicken dinner…

To quote The Bloggess, “this isn’t a real post.”  But, then again, you might not consider ANY of my posts real.

Announcing the giveaway winners!

Parenting Gag Reel ebook winners: Life Well Blogged book cover Parenting Gag Reel

  1. Francine Cichy,
  2. Stephanie Stone,
  3. LisaAR (,
  4. Jaye Roth (, AND
  5. Becky Richied!

Carry On Warrior winner: Christi Tavano!


If you didn’t win, don’t be blue!  I will have a paperback copy of Parenting Gag Reel to give away next week and as a THANK YOU for participating in my first ever giveaway, you will be automatically entered for that giveaway also (and then I will be done with giveaway posts)!  Maybe I’ll even figure out Rafflecopter by then. 😉

I will message the winners tomorrow!  I will need to get an email address to send the Parenting Gag Reel prize and to know if you would like a Kindle or Nook version.  Then just watch for an email from Life Well Blogged with the link for your free download!

Ever wonder where the phrase “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” originated?  According to the infinite wisdom of Askville by Amazon…

“Years ago every Las Vegas casino had a 3 piece chicken dinner with potato and veggie for $1.79. A standard bet back then was $2.00, hence when you won a bet you had enough for a chicken dinner. So now you know the rest of the story.”

Consider that tidbit my “gift” to the rest of you!

6 thoughts on “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner”

  1. Yay! I Won a chicken dinner! Wait, not a chicken dinner? Let me re-read here….OH! This is better than food! Yay!…ok I’ll quit yaying now….oh….um….Kindle version please! Thanks! Love you!

  2. Thanks for the info on Winner Winner Chicken Dinner. I had no clue! Also, about 8 years ago somebody said it and I was all “huh?” as I’d never heard it before. You’d think that’d cause me to Google it then and there…but no. I just accepted it.

    1. LOL, thanks Kristi! I had never thought about what it meant either and after I typed it as the title I was like “hmmm…I guess I should actually know what that means if I’m going to use it.” 😀

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