Half full — or half empty?


It’s perhaps the most common half-and-half conundrum: one of these glasses of cranberry juice is half full, the other is half empty. But which is which?


2 thoughts on “Half full — or half empty?

  1. Well, I’d rather it was a glass of wine we were talking about, but…
    if I was feeling thirsty then I would say the glass is still half full and I have more to look forward too. However, if I hated cranberry juice I might be glad that the glass is half empty.

    If it was wine, I’d be saying, “top it up” …”please” 😉

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