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Some Of The Most Fucked Up Christmas Cards You'll Ever See

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Some Of The Most Fucked Up Christmas Cards You'll Ever See

It's that time of year again when you can expect more than a few letters and envelopes in your mailbox. It might be a gift you ordered online for that special someone but more than likely it'll be a bundle of Christmas greeting cards and well wishes.

Although email is part of everyone's daily life these days, there's still something a little more touching and poignant about receiving a hand written card in the mail.

Back in the 19th-century Victorian era Christmas cards were arguably at their peak, a fun, creative and novel way to share some festive goodwill with your friends, family and neighbours.

But hindsight is a wonderful thing and in the harsh light of today, these greeting cards veer dangerously close into the scary and disturbing.

Times have certainly changed, most people would be somewhat shocked if you decided to wish them Merry Christmas by sending them a card which depicted a dead frog being stabbed to death. But in the Victorian era, nobody would bat an eyelid.

With that in mind, here's some of the most unusual (and frankly unexplainable) Christmas cards you're ever likely to see. If you want to get some presents this year and avoid scary the hell out of your family, make sure you leave these at home!

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Oh and speaking of the bizarre, did you know about these Vagina Christmas Ornaments That Are The Latest Quirky Holiday Trend?

Via TuckDB Ephemera's Postcard Collection

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