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Father Pays His 14-Year-Old Daughter $200 to Quit Facebook

Finally, a parent that realizes teenage kids should be out playing in the back yard than playing on the computer!

Paul Baier, who happens to be a VP for a Boston energy firm, whipped up a legal agreement for his 14-year-old daughter Rachel to quit Facebook. The contract awards Rachel $200 if she can stay off the social media site for five months. She gets $50 in April and the other $150 in June.

The kicker? This was her idea! She wanted to get a job and focus more on school.

Here’s the contract:

Facebook Contract
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