Quote by Oscar Wilde
Oh, why will parents always appear at the wrong time? Some extraordinary mistake in nature, I suppose.
This quote seems to express frustration or annoyance towards parents' timing, suggesting that they often tend to show up at inconvenient moments. The phrase "extraordinary mistake in nature" alludes to the belief that parents appearing at the wrong time might be an unfortunate occurrence caused by some flaw or error in the natural order of things. It implies a sense of bewilderment or incredulity at this phenomenon, highlighting the speaker's exasperation with the untimeliness of parental interference.