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Mom Signs Contract To Quit Smoking If Her Daughter Gets Over 10,000 Retweets

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

A Tennessee mother signed a contract with her daughters promising to quit smoking if they could get 10,000 retweets.

Madison Lawson and her sister drew up the contract and posted the image to Twitter on Wednesday.

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"I, Renee Lawson, hereby agree that if Madison Lawson gets 10,000 retweets on Twitter, I will quit smoking," it said.

In just 24 hours, they had nearly 14,000 retweets.

Thursday Madison said her mother agreed to kick the habit - as soon as she finishes the packs she already has.

"My mom said she’s gonna finish the few packs she's got left and then she will stop," Madison tweeted.

 

My mom has been smoking for 22 years. So my sister wrote up an agreement. If I can get 10000 retweets, she will stop pic.twitter.com/E9RhxaraKK

— Madison Lawson (@kittycatmadison) September 17, 2014

My mom said she's gonna finish the few packs she's got left and then she will stop