The Kardashian Christmas Card: Filled With Metaphors and Symbolisms, Eerily Scary [See Photos]

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By charmaine corne clutton | December 3, 2013 12:02 PM EST

The Kardashian clan has finally debuted its much talked about Christmas card in a special episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians: A Very Merry Christmas". The Christmas card seemed less 'festive' and more 'inclusive' about who was in it and who wasn't, props though to girls for being able to pull a very high fashion Christmas card.

Favorite photographer of West, David LaChapelle did the honor of snapping the broken-down, futuristic, and carnival-like Christmas card. There isn't a hint of Christmas in it but hey, we're sure people just want an excuse to see the Kardashians do something that they can all talk about.

The Christmas card seemed a bit too choosy over the 'inclusion' of who is in it and who isn't. Unlike last year's Kardashian Christmas card, where everyone who starred in ""Keeping Up With the Kardashians" was included in a white Christmas themed card, this year they went for high fashion and showcased only those of the clan that were well known in the spotlight. It included Kim Kardashian sporting a rather chest baring gown, Khloe in a laced dress, Kourtney a distressed wife, posing in a high fashion manner with Mason. "Momanger" Kris Jenner looked like she owned the carnival and the youngest of the clan, Kendall and Kendra looked superb.

Kris' estranged husband, Bruce also made it to the Christmas card but he seemed a little distressed while trapped in a tube that is labeled as "cashier".

Rob Kardashian their biological brother and Scott Disick, Khloe's significant other were both not in the "family" Christmas card. Have the Kardashian women opted for a more 'girls only' family, showcasing that they are strong women and they wouldn't care if the men were there or not? The Christmas card surely says a lot but well it is the Kardashian's.

You can see the photos here: Kardashian Christmas Card Leaves (Most of) the Boys Out

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