all in good time
This page is about the conversational phrase all in good time
You can say this if someone wants to do something before the normal or proper time.
- "I'm sick of being a kid. I want to be a grown-up."
"All in good time, my boy."
- "Why can't we start? Everyone's here."
"All in good time, Lizzie. You can't start a wedding before the proper time."
Be careful when using this. You could upset someone if you say it when they think something's taking too long, as in "Why's the ambulance taking so long?" "All in good time."
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Contributor: Matt Errey