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This Family Has Been Sending Out The Most AWKWARD Holiday Cards For Past 16 Years!

This Family Has Been Sending Out The Most AWKWARD Holiday Cards For Past 16 Years!

We're sure a lot of you will know somebody who takes a family photo each year to send as their holiday cards to their families. However, this family is truly raising the bar!

In the event that you think your family is bizarre, hold up till you meet the Bergerons. Or if nothing else, just see the Christmas cards they have been making for the past 16 years and sending out to their family members and friends, and you'll have an idea regarding how funny this family actually is! "I can’t tell you if it was me or Laura who thought of it, or even if it evolved between the two of us joking back and forth," Mike Bergeron states. 

"But somehow we came up with the idea to dress up as different characters and make their holiday cards for everyone we knew. It would be a way to show the people we loved that we were thinking about them during the holidays and also a way to make them smile amidst the chaos and stress of the season," he added. So, here are their absolutely hilarious holiday cards that'll have you in stitches: 

1. 2003, Forty & Fighting It

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2. 2004, We’re Dreaming of a White Trash Xmas

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3. 2005, Your Aunt & Uncle Who Live in the Midwest

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4. 2006, A Very Special Xmas

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5. 2007, American Gothic Xmas

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6. 2008, Merry Krishnas

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7. 2010, Olin Mills Family Portrait from 1981

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8. 2011, The Unibrows

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9. 2012, Goth Xmas

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10. 2013, Jazz Hands

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11. 2014, The Holidays Are Such a Drag

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12. 2015, Les Modèles (AKA Fashionistas, AKA Euro Trash)

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13. 2016, Cussin Jerry nem

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14. 2017, Gingers in Paradise

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15. 2018 “The West Texans”

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"As our family grew, so grew the ideas about what we could do with the cards and the concept took on a whole new dimension," Mike said. "We just kept sending them out, year after year, learning along the way that some cards were bigger hits than others, but also that each one contributed to a body of work that has become our family’s holiday tradition." 

"My wife has always loved the tradition, though sometimes she worries that we won’t be able to keep coming up with ideas," he added. "The girls have embraced the tradition, especially since they know that we are ‘world famous’ for the cards these days! The holidays are so much fun for a child anyway; this tradition just goes right along with the spirit of the season for them." 

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