Food·Posted on Sep 20, 2021In A Shocking Twist, You Can Now Buy Chick-Fil-A On A SundayIt's certainly the most elaborate prank I've ever heard of.by Evelina Zaragoza MedinaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink If you’ve been to or heard of Chick-fil-A, chances are you know that it’s closed Sundays. Chick-Fil-A / Via chanhassencfa.com Well, not anymore (sort of)! Someone decided that enough is enough and has found a loophole to get some of those pesky chicken sandwiches on a Sunday. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBC Allow me to introduce you to MSCHF Sunday Service, a company whose sole purpose is to sell Chick-fil-A sandwiches on a Sunday. MSCHF Sunday Service / Via mschfsundayservice.com This is the first of a few times that I will mention this: The effort is not even remotely associated with the actual restaurant Chick-fil-A, in case that wasn't clear from the website's graphic design. How? Easy. You fill out the form on the website and wait for MSCHF Sunday Service to send you a purchase link that you'll use to order your sandwich. MSCHF Sunday Service / Via mschfsundayservice.com The sandwiches come from actual Chick-fil-A restaurants, so we can assume that they'll be sold on Sundays after having been bought the day before. Chick-Fil-A / Via chick-fil-a.com The classic chicken sandwich retails for $5.76, and MSCHF Sunday Service is selling it for $6.66. Again, this has no association with Chick-fil-A. You may be asking, "Why do this?" Luckily, MSCHF Sunday Service has its manifesto written on the site, complete with "chicken sandwich as devil" imagery. MSCHF Sunday Service / Via mschfsundayservice.com So, essentially, we're looking at a very elaborate (and amusing) scheme to troll Chick-fil-A, a company that has inspired many boycotts over its philanthropic endeavors. Peter Chadwick Lrps / Getty Images Specifically, throughout its history, the company has donated to several anti-LGBTQ charities, which massively sucks. What do you think of this next-level prank? Will you try to get your hands on a Sunday chicken sandwich?