The Winner: Pat McCoy of Charlotte
“Yes, it’s been tough to be the President of two Americas.”
“My left side always appears darker to some people.”
Never miss a local story.
Carolyn Hudson, Columbia, S.C.
“I’m black and blue, no matter the lighting.”
Wendy Arundel-Ashley, Charlotte
“In reality, the Emperor has no clothes.”
Joyce A. Vukela-Mayer, Sherrills Ford
Thank you for all your entries. Here’s a few more of some of the better lines we received this week:
“I can’t see red, white or blue.”
“As if this country weren’t divided enough . . .”
“What you see is what you get.” (From many readers)
“Some people just see black.”
“Does this dress make the economy seem fat?”
“In my world there is only gray.”
“White balance makes all the difference in politics too!”
“Basically, I support net neutrality.”
“Don’t we have more important issues than what color the dress is?”
“It’s my State of #TheDress address.”
“Now where can I find a public bathroom in Charlotte?
Feel free to join a discussion about the winner, add more captions of your own, or let us know your favorites by clicking the 'Comments' tab above. Please join us again Monday, March 9, for a new cartoon caption challenge. Kevin Siers