When, Mrs. Pearson tells her son Cyril that she has decided now that she doesn’t like mending, Cyril objects to her words. Mrs. Pearson gives him a taste of his own medicine by saying that all of them talk like that. If there’s something at home, they don’t like to do they don’t do it. If it is something at their work, they get the union to bar it. She has now joined the movement.