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?
There are no floaties, the glass is clean, and it has plenty of room to add more. So I'm quite optimistic about it.
It's half empty and full! It is pure liquid and keeps you healthy! lol
half full to me ...
now Im thirsty. Im an optimist by nature.
Well...I see Vodka needing more than a splash of Coke !!
Seriously ...A half empty glass of water !!
I see a glass of water someone hasn't finished drinking.
I dont want to answer, I think our "half full/half empty" thing is backwards! "half full" means that it was full and now it isnt, same with the empty side. I guess I'm just a non conformist
i see that some on has drank half of my drink i see it as it doesn't matter if it's half full or half empty, the fact of the matter is, you could always top it up if you wanted to
A piece of something inside the glass, like ice or smaller glass!
I see that the photographer has done good work in taking this picture.
A half empty glass of what appears to be water. You could also say the glass is half full lol.
i see a glass with water in it. nice glass and the water looks clear also.
I see a glass of water. Maybe its only partially filled because I wasn't that thirsty! Maybe I only needed enough to take a pill, or enough to put out a really really small fire...
May be it's just an illusion and design and there is nothing in it.
But it's a whole glass with something in it.
And a nice illustration photography.
I seem to say, "a glass with water in it". I guess I like to think that's because I'm someone who doesn't like to "add stuff" (information, spin, emotions, elaboration, etc.) beyond what I immediately see. Of course, in this case, I was careless enough of assuming the clear liquid is water. (Hey... I didn't say I was perfect. I just said, "I like to think.....") (Of course, if it weren't a picture and were, instead, "real life" - I wouldn't be so quick to be careless.)
I see a half empty glass; probably because I've been conditioned to be greedy...I'm certainly not negative in most instances.
ummm is all i see is a glass with some water in it half drank
I am optimistic either way. To me both ways are all positive.
i see a glass with water in it. water is pure & half full............
I see a glass with water in it. nice glass and the water looks clear also. yes agree with nightwork4
absolutely half full !!!
I'm a terrible optimist, so I could not see anything empty.
by Clive Williams 5 years ago
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by Sophie 7 years ago
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