duabus sellis sedeo
From duābus (“on two”) the ablative plural of duo (“two”) + sellīs (“on stools”) the ablative plural of sella (“a stool, a seat”) + sedeō (“I sit”). Literally meaning "I sit on two stools". Compare the Icelandic bera kápuna á báðum öxlum (“to carry the coat on both shoulders”).
- to fall between two stools, keep in with both parties, to sit in two saddles, to sit in two stools, to wear two hats