Surely you’ve read Mitt Romney was booed at the NAACP meeting earlier this week but few covered the endless river of side eye he got from the audience throughout the speech. 

The Colorlines.com post that included photos of the reactions from the audience as Romney delivered his speech has been one of our most popular stories this week. Our readers started submitting their own winning captions of the photos in the comments section with many of them being so brilliant I had to share.

“Those looks were worse than the ones we give people who can’t sing at church,” read the first comment on the story. And the comments and captions just kept on getting better.  

Without further ado, your winning comments:


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White guy pic number two ” This is worse than that time I went to that Kat Williams show by myself, oh God did she just take my picture?!” -Michael N.

“Everyone is side-eyeing the fuck out of Romney and that one white guy is like “Tell me more!” -ms_mmelissa



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Woman in green: “Is he crazy?” Woman in pink: “Yep. He’s crazy.”  - Christina D.S.

Now I know you DID NOT just say that!” - Naima M.

The Lady in pink, ” You’ve got to be kidding me? He really didn’t mean to say that did he?” for the Lady in green, ” There’s just no way that he could actually think that his statement is real.” -photoshock


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“I did NOT pull out my good church hat for this bulls**t.” - Christina D.S.




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“This fool rn.” -RitzieR



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(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Older woman is thinking “These are precious moments of my life that I will never get back.” -Gayer Than Thou


Reader Lisiate Wolfgramm kicked up a notch and made his own illustrations.

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Read this online at http://colorlines.com/archives/2012/07/colorlinescom_readers_caption_pictures_of_romney_getting_shade_at_naacp_meeting.html


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