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Submitted by mpctips 1026d ago | news

Boston Dad Bribes Teenage Daughter $200 to Suspend Facebook

Maximum PC: An interesting story about a 14-year-old daughter who convinced her dad to pay her to suspend Facebook for five months is making the rounds. Paul Baier, a research consultant in Boston, posted an image on his blog of the contract he and his daughter signed. Under terms of the agreement, little Baier will receive $50 upfront for deactivating her account, and another $150 at the end of June when the contract expires. (Culture, Facebook, Web)

newsguy  +   1027d ago
That's better than this:
justinbkerr  +   1027d ago
I'd do it for free.
adorie  +   1025d ago
Already done it. No regrets!

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