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Madea has a series of pet peeves: disrespectful youth, gum popping, rude people; lazy people; people who don't return shopping carts; adulterous people; and "people who are just plain stupid." She is also a firm critic of men that sag their pants, believing that it looks cheap and sloppy.
(Note: There are a few discrepancies and plot holes in Madea's family tree as between the regular films and the stage-plays) In the book Don't Make a Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings, Madea gives details on her mother, "Big Mable" Murphy, who was described as "unusually large".
Madea also instructs troubled individuals about the mistakes they've made in their life choices and leads them down the path of forgiveness and improvement.
While in prison in the film Madea Goes to Jail, Madea attends an anger management church meeting under duress.
According to Family Reunion, Madea's mother, "Big Mabel" Murphy, was a hooker during Madea's childhood and wasn't at all religious.
As a result, Madea grew up with little knowledge of Christianity (as an elderly woman, Madea has a tendency to misquote the Bible). Washington High School, where she served as a cheerleader.
Quite often, Madea has offered direction and guidance to those who were being abused within their romantic relationships.
Though much of this direction and guidance tends to come in the form of extreme warmongering, Madea's heart is always in the right place.
In A Madea Christmas, Madea confides in her great-niece Eileen that she sold "trees"; when Eileen asks if they were Christmas trees, Madea replies that "when you smoke 'em, they make you feel like it's Christmas", implying that she once was a marijuana dealer.
Madea has a lifelong criminal record that began at age 9 with a charge of petty theft.
It is also reported that Madea was charged with her first felony at this age, and her crimes began progressing to illegal gambling at age 18, which later evolved into check fraud, identity theft, insurance fraud (presumably related to her nine deceased husbands), assault, attempted murder, vehicle theft (mostly Lexus vehicles, the first vehicle she ever stole being a 1992 Lexus LS400), reckless driving (including smashing through objects, notably a mansion gate, a Cadillac CTS, and a fast food window in Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Goes to Jail, and Big Happy Family respectively) and forklifting vehicles out of parking spaces (usually for taking spaces that she wants to park at, as she did to many Camrys and Scions, as well as a Pontiac Solstice that she ruined in Madea Goes to Jail). In Diary of a Mad Black Woman alone, Madea and her granddaughter Helen Mc Carter were both charged with "criminal trespassing, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a handgun, assault with a deadly weapon, [driving on a] suspended license, expired registration, reckless driving, and a broken taillight", which placed Madea on house arrest, while her granddaughter was bailed for ,000.
Scurrilous, wise craking, and saucy in remarks and behavior, Madea is full of comical sass and vulgar and abusive language.
She also has many catch phrases, such as "You crazy as hell," and "I oughta punch you in da face!In Goes to Jail, Madea was about to get sent to jail, but was reluctantly released by Judge Mablean after learning the arresting officers did not read the Miranda rights warning when she was arrested (as the officers claimed that Madea was fighting with them), so she finally admits that her license was suspended indefinitely (implying that her license was suspended when she was 30 years old) and also gets ordered to anger management counseling, making it the very last opportunity for her to avoid jail.