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It's Ugly Christmas Sweater Day — let's have a look

Chris Pastrick
| Friday, Dec. 21, 2018, 9:42 a.m.
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Ugly never looked so pretty.

Since it's National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day (yeah, there's a day for everything), you should be seeing plenty of horribly holiday-ed up tops of wool, cotton, or even Alpaca fiber around town today.

Since #NationalUglyChristmasSweaterDay was trending, we figured we would comb social media for the ugliest of the ugly.

Happy holidays.

So, this dude goes interactive.

OK, she went all out. Really.

This kid either has the best parents — or the worst.

Home Depot must have some great benefits.

Sometimes a sweater isn't enough.

Pittsburgh — represent! (Although anything with Steelers colors can't be labeled "ugly")

On this one, the Ravens logo alone merits "ugly."

Even Fido isn't immune.

This one is so bad, it's better just left on the hanger.

Now this is how you pull it off. Bravo, ladies!

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