The movies have given us some unusual mothers.

One of the oddest is Norma Bates, the mother of Norman in the movie Psycho directed by the awesome Alfred Hitchcock.

The plot revolves around Norman in addition to “Mother” residing in a small fictional neighborhood in CA where they run a small Inn called the Bates Motel. The problem is that “Mother”, in addition to his lover were poisoned by Norman a few years ago, unable to deal with the loss, Norman mummifies his body in addition to keeps it upstairs where he often converses with her. He also assumes his identity, dresses in his clothes, in addition to murders young ladies staying at their motel. Another “bad-momma” movie is “Mommy Dearest” about actress Joan Crawford (1908(?) – 1970). The movie gives a very unflattering view of Ms! Crawford’s alleged terrible parenting skills. In the famous “no wire hanger” scene, he severely beats his young kid over his option of clothes hangers. Thankfully most real-life mothers are caring in addition to romantic parents who do everything they can to raise cheerful children in a comfortable home. To maintain this pleasant environment, good mothers will want to devote some tender romantic care to the home’s Heating in addition to A/C system. Neglecting to change filters on a official schedule is to an Heating in addition to A/C unit like a small child getting beat with a wire hanger. Ignoring official cleaning in addition to repair repair performed by a qualified Heating in addition to A/C serviceman is the human equivalent to being mummified in a fruit cellar. Eventually, the Heating in addition to A/C unit will break down in addition to rest idly unable to supply the comfort it was designed to do. Norman Bates could at least wear 1 of his “Mother’s” sweaters to stay warm in Winter time however having no a/c on a tepid Summer morning in CA is enough to drive anyone crazy.

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