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16 Inappropriate Christmas Ornaments

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16 Inappropriate Christmas Ornaments

I always look forward to decorating for Christmas.

But if all I had were these inappropriate Christmas ornaments, would I still decorate my home? Well, you be the judge! Here are the inappropriate Christmas decorations you may or may not want to display. Ho ho ho!!

1. I guess it’s time to strip the decor?

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2. Honey, the guests are cu — coming!

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3. Bitch, you got cross-stitched!

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4. Exactly, what should I hear when I “press here”?

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5. Well, Santa only “comes” once a year!

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6. Times were hard in North Pole this year. Or so I’ve been told.

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7. This is perfect if you want to be naughty and ambiguous at the same time.

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8. Gifts don’t always come in glittery packages. And sometimes they do.

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9. Yes, I left Santa a Snooki — wait, you meant cookie?

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10. We’ve always known that Santa’s elves were naughty.

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11. I don’t know which is more bothersome: the nakedness or the mouths formed into O’s?

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12. I don’t know about you but I feel comforted that the carrots are still in their right positions.

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13. Now I’m sure that wasn’t Santa kissing mummy last night.

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14. At least the ornament looks classy…if it’s any consolation…

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15. This is not exactly an ornament but I would display this on my dinner table — no questions asked!

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16. What is this? A holiday for zombies?

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Do you have inappropriate Christmas ornaments at home? How do you keep them from your kids? LOL!

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