The Reason This Family's Christmas Card Went Viral is Awk AF

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My family's xmas photo dis year. Disclaimer: this was my idea I want the credit bc it's damn good 📷: @chelseaashe

A photo posted by Natalie Yoshida (@yoshedabomb) on

For some families, a ton of thought goes into perfecting personalized Christmas cards. However, we're not sure what this family in Florida was thinking when they created a "Ho Ho Ho" holiday photo that would probably make Santa's rosy cheeks turn even redder.

Rachel and Natalie Yoshida and their mom posed for this year's seasonal card wearing T-shirts that read "Ho" to correspond with their father's shirt, which featured the words, "Chillin' With My Ho's." And here's the back:

Yoshida family xmas photos 2k15 🎄 here's the back incase U were wondering 📷: @chelseaashe

A photo posted by Natalie Yoshida (@yoshedabomb) on


Um...Honestly, we're not sure what to say about this one other than the fact that it's certainly original. Considering the fact that the family a) posed for the photo in the first place and b) haven't removed it since it went Viral, it's clear that they're #unbothered by all the backlash. In fact, they've received support from several commenters.

"You know they say there is no such thing as bad publicity," one comment read. "If this is the worst thing on Instagram people need to search harder. I think your family needs a reality show. Surely you're way more interesting than the Kardashians."

Now, that was some grade-A shade.

Hey, at least they're in the holiday spirit. But about that reality TV idea, though...if this family were to team up with the mom who posted a photo of her Christmas tree overflowing with gifts, they might at least be in the running for a quirky AF holiday special.

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