Think your holiday season has been bizarre? You haven't seen anything. Back in the olden days, holiday cards and imagery got straight-up surreal. Including frogs stabbing each other for Christmas, and some snowfights turned really ugly. Here are the weirdest Christmas and New Years' cards of the 19th and 20th centuries.

This could be the start of an awesome snowball fight, c. 1879

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Huntsmen with a wooden horse, 1880

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The most frightening Father Christmas ever, c. 1885

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(Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Four jovial froggies

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(via Nova Scotia Archives)

Space Santa Is Coming

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(via Savok)

Thirsty pig

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(via Arcanum Postcards)

A mouse rides a red lobster, with a paper says "Peace, Joy, Health, Happiness"

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(via Chron)

Singing

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(via Live Internet)

The cover art of Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine, December 1954

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(via Urbanhonking)

Accidents can happen everywhere

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(via Arcanum Postcards)

This would be the best New Years' party ever

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(via Objevit)

The Kindly Robin

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(via Abstract Arts)

Angry pigs

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(via Arcanum Postcards)

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Successful Robbery!

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(via Junkmill)

Gambling

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(via Scrap-Works)

Gas or no gas

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(via The Blackwing Diaries)

A hearty welcome

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(via Is It Weird)

True love

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(via Objevit)

I shout you across the snow

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(via The Home Slice)

Flirting

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(via Live Internet)

A military-themed postcard set from Hungary, late 1930s

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(via Arcanum Postcards)

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