Words matter. These are the best Backseat Quotes from famous people such as Andrew Wiggins, Manal al-Sharif, Normani Kordei, Cori Bush, Jeremy Scott, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I don’t take a backseat to nobody. That’s just my mindset.
I always say that countries that keep women in the backseat will always end up on the wrong side of history.
I remember being young in the backseat when my grandma would take me to school, and I would be literally singing and belting out Tina Turner at 3 years old.
I’ve lived out of my car for months with my two babies. I’ve seen my belongings in trash bags along my backseat.
For me, actresses are constantly chameleons, and so they are taking a backseat to their own personality. I don’t feel like we’re trying to show off their personality as much as let them be a blank slate. It’s precisely the reason why I dress more musicians than I do actresses.
I don’t have no deadbeat dads around me. How do you look hanging with me, when I got kids that I am taking care of and you in the backseat not taking care of your kids?
Bollywood is never going to take a backseat for me because I have nothing against it. But I have decided that I make at least one Marathi film a year.
I’m so thankful for ‘Backseat’ because it’s doing so much. It’s almost at two million listens on Spotify. It’s changed my life. It was the song that Dreamville really pushed and they just really made it explode, and I’m just so thankful.
On the movie side of things, the difficulties come with so few movies being made, and when they are, it seems that it’s a marketing game. Story sometimes takes a backseat to that one grand marketing idea.
My parents had a difficult divorce. My dad had to take a backseat for a few years, and my grandfather came in. He was also my inspiration for becoming an actor. I really respected him.
I should have directed more but I am a lazy person and have taken a backseat.
A drunk driver is very dangerous. So is a drunk backseat driver if he’s persuasive.
My mother and father, with my newborn brother and me in the backseat of the 1938 Ford sedan that would be our family car for the next decade, moved to that hastily constructed Army ammunition depot called Igloo, on the alkaline and sagebrush landscape of far southwestern South Dakota. I was three years old.
I had this when I was 17 years old – a 1969 Oldsmobile Delta 88 with no backseat. I paid 150 bucks for it, I think, rode it for a good six months, and put four or five quarts of oil a week in it.
Design shouldn’t have to take a backseat to sustainability and making things responsibly.
Look, if you’re driving down the highway at 120 miles an hour, I’d rather be behind the wheel than in the backseat.
The mind does different things in performance, and conscious thought sometimes takes a backseat.
I remember driving home from a movie – it wasn’t ‘Halloween’ but another one, maybe the original ‘Omen’ – and I dropped my friends off, and it was also broad daylight, and yet I was sure that, like, Damien was in the backseat or something like that.
When my boy has lost 4-0 on a Sunday morning, I’m the Dad in the car saying: ‘OK mate, don’t worry, we can do this or do that’. When I got in the car after losing a game I sat in the backseat and had to keep my mouth closed.
As far as my projects are concerned, I have always maintained a healthy balance. My south Indian projects have never taken a backseat even though I’ve been busy in Hindi. Both regions have loved me, and being wanted by both the north and south film industries is a compliment by itself.
Ever since I got married, my acting career has taken a backseat.
We all have the temptation to be backseat drivers when it comes to decisions that don’t work out the way we want.