I've been trying to use the idiom "it's about time" followed by a situation that might occur in the future.
For example, "It's about time my parents find out about my felonies and throw me out of the house"
Online, it says that It's about time is used to indicate an event that should've happened sooner. The sentence I've written is a bit different when seen from the meaning the definition conveys.
In simpler terms, is my sentence correct and does the reader get the right message or is there a better way one could've written it?