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These San Antonio Firefighters Got Extra Festive for This Year's Christmas Cards 

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San Antonio firefighters went all out just for their Christmas cards this year in the most hilarious way.

The San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association posted photos to its Facebook page on Sunday, showing local firefighters and medics dressed in festive clothing from head to toe – literally.
Part of the caption read, "When an ugly Christmas sweater just doesn't say enough!"

If that's the case, then these Christmas cards are saying a lot with these outfits that straight up look like wrapping paper.

Outfits aside, these pictures were filled with wit to say the least. A photoshoot from the Medic 35 unit dressed up in onesies and let the humor loose. Just look at this one of them reading an SAFD handbook by the fire. Classic.
After losing one of their brothers, Scott Deem, in the May 18 fire, one that was set intentionally, they could definitely use some laughs with these photoshoots.

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