Take a seat quotes:

  • To believe is to sit inside that belief, so take a seat! -- Shannon L. Alder
  • Never take a seat in the back of the room. Winners sit up front. -- E. Lockhart
  • So please take a seat if you really can't stand it, got success in my pocket and these rappers in a panic -- Drake
  • If we are to create a new agenda for family/work policies, employers and employees have to take a seat at the same table and recognize their mutual gains. -- Madeleine M. Kunin
  • A common pickpocket trick is for the operator to carry a shawl or overcoat carelessly over the left arm, and to take a seat on the right side of the person they intend to rob in a streetcar or other vehicle. -- Harry Houdini
  • I will take a back seat when I know my fame is dipping. I'm not delusional. -- Sonakshi Sinha
  • The seated lotus postures are an amazing way to go into meditation, or simply just to take a moment to ground oneself. -- Christy Turlington
  • Sometimes when I hear criticism of my husband, I want to come out of my seat and clock somebody. But you learn to take a deep breath. -- Ann Romney
  • If you're talking about nuclear physics, I have to defer to the next guy. But if you're talking about football, I don't have to take a back seat to anyone. -- Joe Greene
  • I'm married to my job. I'm obsessed with my work, and I run myself into the ground every single day. Unfortunately, a lot of other pursuits have to take a back seat. -- Robert Kazinsky
  • In today's distorted world of 'human rights,' truth takes a back seat to ideology, and false claims - especially those that 'support' radical ideologies - persist even after they have been exposed. -- Alan Dershowitz
  • The last eight years have created a lot of deep-seated hostility. People take political decisions very personally, and today there is a constant, ongoing attack, with one side or the other being maligned. -- Fred F. Fielding
  • My job at Stanford is rather different from the ones I had held previously in that my own ambitions must take a back seat to the well-being of the students with whom I work. -- Robert B. Laughlin
  • You might think that religion was the one area in which professional jealousy would take a back seat. But no: ecclesiastical memoirs are as viperish as any, though their envy tends to cloak itself in piety. -- Craig Brown
  • During the war, my mother used to take me to the local repertory theatre on a Monday night, and we used to get two seats for the price of one, for nine pence, in the gods. -- Geraldine McEwan
  • Women need to understand that it is possible to stay in the workforce. A lot of women decide to take a back seat in their professional careers even before they are pregnant or are ready to have children. -- Ruchi Sanghvi
  • I quite like it when I'm on the Tube and people offer me their seat. Sometimes I take it. The other day I was offered a seat by a pregnant lady. I thought, 'That's going a bit far.' -- Ian Mckellen
  • Because the competitive landscape of the web is such that the site which looks and works best gets the most traffic, developers and designers put a premium on the presentation of that content and let structural markup take a back seat. -- Mike Davidson
  • It's my observation that gardeners and gardening for a very long time have had to take a back seat. Architects are very famous; they've got huge projects. What goes on in and around them has been relegated to a very minor role. -- Robert Irwin
  • I'm very much in work mode, and that can be very difficult for someone to deal with. I dedicate so much of myself to my work that I even take a back seat to that sometimes. My mother says that Tremaine takes a back seat to Trey Songz. -- Trey Songz
  • Those of us who believe in God and those of us who have dedicated our lives to helping others in the name of God don't want to take a second seat to anyone who is suggesting that one word out of the platform means that the Democrats across America are godless. -- Dick Durbin
  • One of the many reasons I love living in New York is that we get a front row seat to the innumerable thrills that take place here - from conventions and awards shows, to parades and U.N. assemblies. But my favorite New York tradition is the annual New Year's Eve ball-drop on Times Square. -- Marlo Thomas
  • The very first time I was on a car in Atlanta, I saw the conductor - all conductors are white - ask a Negro woman to get up and take a seat farther back in order to make a place for a white man. I have also seen white men requested to leave the Negro section of the car. -- Ray Stannard Baker
  • Which Seat Should I Take? -- Rebecca Black
  • Come and take your seat, Lady Dorina. -- Karen Chance
  • Have a seat, while I take to the sky. -- Tori Amos
  • The head cannot take in more than the seat can endure. -- Winston Churchill
  • It's as if people used the invention of seat belts as an opportunity to take up drunk driving. -- John Lanchester
  • I don't think Ed Reed has to take a back seat to anybody who ever played the position. ANYBODY. -- Ronnie Lott
  • If airline seat cushions are such great flotation devices, why don't you ever see anyone take one to the beach? -- Jerry Seinfeld
  • I come from a world where accountability and accomplishments matter, and where titles and rhetoric take a back seat to results. -- Carly Fiorina
  • Welcome to the real world, she said to me. Condescendingly. Take a seat. Take your life. Plot it out in black and white. -- John Mayer
  • As you advance in life, different passions can take the front seat, so for me, business is where my primary focus is right now. -- Marie Forleo
  • Dear Santa Claus, just a last note before you take off. I hope you have a nice trip. Don't forget to fasten your seat belt. -- Charles M. Schulz
  • So I got off the plane and I forget to take off my seat-belt and I'm dragging the plane through the terminal... The wings are knocking people over... -- Steven Wright
  • Perfect love will never want the preeminence in everything, it will never want to take the place of another, it will always be willing to take the back seat. -- Smith Wigglesworth