Six of one, half dozen of the other. Half full and half empty glass. Being neither here, nor there. How about some help, lets see where it goes. Can you add to the list?
Darned if you do, darned if you don't. It's tough, I know, but you can think of at least one can't you? C'mon join in the fun.
"To be or not to be"
wow i can't think of anything else. sorry. hehe :p
Um, what? The phrase means you need to publish articles to get tenure. It isn't exactly a deep epiphany.
by Albert Kim 3 years ago
Can you turn your Hubpage in to a eBook?
by Rosie Rose 5 years ago
Look at this glass, what do you see?Some people say the glass is half full, some say half empty, and some say the glass is too big for the water. What about you.. what do you see?
by youssefdoukkali 5 years ago
Are we allowed to republish our articles elsewhere and keep the original hubs here in the mean time?
by Infopedia 6 years ago
What makes more sense: Is my drink half full or half empty?
by ngureco 5 years ago
What is The Difference between a Half Empty Glass and a Half Full Glass?
by ligiaogl 7 years ago
For you, is the cup half empty or half full?
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