You have to wonder if any of the following conversations between a parent and a child ever took place.
“Joan of Arc, you put down that sword and get back in here. No daughter of mine is going to lead a French army!”
“Thomas Jefferson! I hope you haven’t been spending time with that awful Patrick Henry again! He’s a rebel, I tell you, a rebel!”
“Marie, ever since you and Pierre Curie have been married, you’ve just glowed! Unfortunately, all the plants nearby keep wilting.”
“Theodore Roosevelt! Stop charging up the stairs!”
“Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart! If you keep playing that music so loud, you’ll go deaf!”
“Edvard Munch! If you keep doing that, your face will freeze just like that!”