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This year’s Kardashian Christmas card is terrifyingly weird

This year’s Kardashian Christmas card is terrifyingly weird

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What better way to say “Happy Holidays” than with a card featuring black evening gowns, lots of cleavage, and the absence of most of the male members of your family?

The Kardashians can’t think of anything better!

On Sunday’s episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians: a Very Merry Christmas,” the family unveiled the card. The show’s producers, E! Network, called it “stunning” but you might have another word for it.

The bizarre panoramic card is filled with huge gold dollar signs, cluttered carnival-like colors and Bruce Jenner – seemingly trapped in a glass case – to mark the holiday season.

Bruce, who announced his split from wife and Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner earlier this year, is the only man included in the card aside from Kourtney Kardashian’s young son Mason. Noticeably absent are Kim’s fiance Kanye West and the couple’s daughter, North West, and Khloe’s troubled husband Lamar Odom, who has been suspected of abusing crack cocaine in recent months.

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