Half Glass Water?

Perceptions can change your world.
Is the glass half empty or half full? is a common expression, used rhetorically to indicate that a particular situation could be a cause for optimism (half full) or pessimism (half empty), or as a general litmus test to simply determine an individual’s worldview.
The purpose of the question is to demonstrate that the situation may be seen in different ways depending on one’s point of view and that there may be opportunity in the situation as well as trouble.

Optimist: Glass is half full.

Pessimist: Glass is half empty.

Realist: Both of them are right.

Engineer: Glass is twice the size it needs to be.

Cynic: Who the hell drank the other half?

Worrier: The remaining half will evaporate in the next hour.

Opportunist: Thanks for debating while I drink it.

Nihilist: Throw it away, I don’t care

Nudist: Enough for me, I am gonna undress and bath now. If you wish to go, GO.

Dude: Sorry no water, only Redbull.

Babe: Full glass please with a hint of lime, I am dieting baby.

Banker: Please pour it on my sponge, I need to count notes

Alcoholic: No problems, fill it with Blenders Pride…add ice cubes too

Humourist: Full or half, it is two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. HAHA.

Programmer: Glass is full-empty.

Magacian: I can put the full-half on top.

Call-Center: Remain on the line while we find out for you. (Your call is important to them)


Pseudo Feminist: Give it to the woman in the family and yes you are bigoted, Chauvinist, Biased, Prejudiced and Sexist

Pseudosecular: No Gangajal okay else you’ll lose my support.

Glass: I am not ‘a glass’. I am just made of glass. ._.

Me: Are you sure that ain’t piss?

But who cares, cheerio.



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