unexpected always happens

unexpected always happens

Prov. The things you do not foresee will happen to you; when you plan, you cannot think of everything that might happen. It took us an hour to drive to the restaurant, and when we got there, it was closed. I would never have expected a restaurant to be closed on a Friday night, but the unexpected always happens. Especially to me.
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But I know, from experience, that once I get back to Lebanon, something unusual and unexpected always happens, something kind and something beautiful, and that something always restores my faith in this place.
The unexpected always happens, and one or two teams who people think are going down manage to get themselves out of it.
The Irish dramatist and socialist George Bernard Shaw said: "If history repeats itself, and the unexpected always happens, how incapable must Man be of learning from experience.
I remember my mother saying that the Thatcher law of politics is that the unexpected always happens.
I remember my mother saying that the Thatcher law of politics was that the unexpected always happens.
When tired and tension-wracked competitors reach the final few hurdles of a marathon race the unexpected always happens.