On the 10th day of Christmas my Guru gave to me… six of the worst Christmas family portraits ever.
It’s difficult to understand why some people think sending Christmas cards with a family portrait on is a good idea. Sure, it’s a clever way to get your beautiful mush on your friend’s fireplace, but it’s just, well… a bit weird.
More bizarre than a twee photo of relatives you never see are these creepy snaps. Ho, ho ho.. here are six of the worst – and perhaps funniest – Christmas family portraits of all time…
6. The VERY bad Christmas jumper family portrait
Yes, ridiculous festive jumpers are in fashion but this example of matching Christmas tops reaches new levels of terrible taste. Choosing red for women and blue for men is a special touch.
5. Goth Family Robinson Christmas family portrait (and Santa)
If you thought heavy metal fans couldn’t enjoy some Christmas cheer, then this photo should put you straight. Can’t you feel the love?
4. Three bare-chested men and a huge snowman photo
Pert nipples all round! These proud men show how good they are at erecting a huge snowman by standing semi-naked in sub-zero temperatures while flexing their pecs.
3. The very disturbing naked Dad Christmas family photo
This photo is wrong on so many levels. You’re unsure whether to laugh, cringe or call the police… It goes beyond quirky into slightly-disturbing territory. Presumably the fire is turned to the ideal temperature for Dad’s bum.
2. The Elvis Christmas family photo
Those Elvis impersonators show the remarkable ability to look absolutely nothing like Elvis. Isn’t that Michael Jackson in the top-left?
1. The Naturists do Christmas Garden-of-Eden-style family photo
Naturists trying to celebrate humanity’s first Christmas? It’s a miracle how those leaves stay on.
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Photos source: Mirror.co.uk