Stuck In The Middle Quotes

Stuck In The Middle Quotes by Saoirse Ronan, Beth Ditto, Bob Dylan, Richard Branson, Stephenie Meyer, Eoin Colfer and many others.

There's so many modern films where the fans take one si

There’s so many modern films where the fans take one side or the other. I’m hoping this isn’t going to be like that; I’m hoping it isn’t that kind of film at all. What I would love for the audience to take from it is to understand why she was so stuck in the middle and confused.
Saoirse Ronan
As a kid, I was always mad – just noticing the women at Thanksgiving, running around the kitchen, while the men were watching football. For one, I don’t want to cook, and for two, I hate football. I was stuck in the middle.
Beth Ditto
Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right, here I am.
Bob Dylan
If you find yourself stuck in the middle there is only one way to go, forward.
Richard Branson
It was a strange combination to absorb – the everyday concerns of the town doctor stuck in the middle of a discussion of his early days in seventeenth-century London.
Stephenie Meyer
This was a nightmare scenario for any bodyguard: stuck in the middle of a transparent tube, several miles underwater, with a murdering band of fugitives at one end and an enthralled but still highly skilled police officer at the other.
Eoin Colfer
A lot of festivals can be a jumble of electronic music and rock and roll, and everything’s all mixed up – some things are more performance art or light shows or dance parties, and then you’ll have a singer-songwriter stuck in the middle to make the changeovers easier.
Jenny O.
I think fire is so critical in the wild. You can cook with it, you can make tools, you can deter a predator, you can dry your clothes and you get that element of morale that matters so much when you’re stuck in the middle of nowhere.
Bear Grylls
We’re stuck in the middle and need to decide what kind of sport do we want to be. Either anything goes and we accept the consequences or take the next step and eliminate fighting.
Steve Yzerman
I suppose it’s easier to see the way out of anything when you’ve found your way out of that maze. When you’re stuck in the middle, in a series of dead-ends making circles, it’s difficult to make any sense of anything.
Cecelia Ahern