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Reader: Kudos to Efron for carrying a condom

Our readers continue to contribute some funny, smart and incisive comments to our Today Entertainment Facebook page. Every Friday, we'll highlight those that really stood out. If you see a great comment throughout the week, click the “Like” button underneath it to draw it to our attention.1. On "Zac Efron drops a condom on red carpet"Anita Haven: "Well at least he's using protection. Maybe he
Zac Efron dropped a condom on the red carpet at the premiere of his new movie, "The Lorax."
Zac Efron dropped a condom on the red carpet at the premiere of his new movie, "The Lorax."Kevin Winter / Getty Images / Today

Our readers continue to contribute some funny, smart and incisive comments to our Today Entertainment Facebook page. Every Friday, we'll highlight those that really stood out. If you see a great comment throughout the week, click the “Like” button underneath it to draw it to our attention.

1. On "Zac Efron drops a condom on red carpet"

Anita Haven: "Well at least he's using protection. Maybe he WON'T be one of the stars having a baby before marriage! Kudos to him for being smart!"

2. On "Brit Awards apologize to Adele for cutting her off"

Tiffany McCoy: "Flipping the bird should not become commonplace, she should be ashamed of doing it and be more respectful and classy, take her issue backstage. There is a time factor and they have to stick to it, it would have been rude if the following act got pulled due to her over talking her time frame. No apologies, they should not have done it."

3. On "Horrified 'Undercover Boss' shuts down restaurant"

Connie Gillis: "The boss showed remarkable restraint in allowing the manager to be retrained instead of fired. Extending grace was beautiful. Hope that the manager takes it to heart and remembers that sinking feeling he got when the boss revealed his true identity.....and that he learns to extend that same grace to others he supervises.

4. On "Report: Bobby Brown peddling tell-all on Whitney Houston"

Lynn Byard-Conley: "I think it is deplorable that he would even consider doing it. Guess he doesn't care about his daughter's feelings. I tell you, the love of money is the root of all evil."

5. On "'Dictator' threatens 'consequences' if Oscar ban continues"

Lisa C. Sheets: "And this is funny why? I don't see anything funny about it and I have a sense of humor. I just don't like the movie and would not watch it. This is happening in real life and people die and then they make a movie about and it's funny? Sorry I don't see the humor in it."

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