This Tampa family's Christmas card is ruining everyone's Christmas

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On Dec. 16, Rachel Yoshida, a 19-year-old from Tampa, Florida, uploaded her family's annual Christmas card to Reddit and uh ... just take a look at what's going on here. 

The post has already racked up more than 2 million views and it's pretty easy to see why. It's creepy.



However, let's break it down as best we can: Rachel and her sister Natalie, 21, are both wearing "HO" shirts and flanking their mother, who is also wearing a “HO” shirt. Meanwhile, dad, who’s waiting for a flood in his La-Z-Boy, is rocking a shirt that reads “Chillin’ with my Ho’s.” 

Natalie told BuzzFeed that her mom “agreed immediately,” but dad “never actually agreed or disagreed. He’s a great sport.” The family plans on sending the card out, because “all of our immediate friends understand our humor so they think it’s hilarious.”



Oh, and here's what the back of the shirts say... 

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

A photo posted by Natalie Yoshida (@yoshedabomb) on


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