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User avatar #1 - conoriskool (06/06/2012) [-]
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#19 to #1 - swanrose (06/07/2012) [-]
depends the person
depends the person
#21 to #1 - moggycore (06/07/2012) [-]
And a 100% reason to remember the name
#4 to #1 - lobbert (06/07/2012) [-]
what, do you have something against glasses?
what, do you have something against glasses?
#5 to #4 - lobbert (06/07/2012) [-]
I'm sorry that was terrible
User avatar #18 - aaronjzc (06/07/2012) [-]
no matter what way you look at the "glass half full vs half empty" thing, the truth is that if the glass was perviously empty, and you have filled half with water, it's half full. but if the glass was previously full, and you have emptied half of the water, then it is half empty.
#15 - bcmn (06/07/2012) [-]
I've always believed that if you start with an empty glass and fill it halfway, then it's half-full. But, if you start with a full glass and empty it halfway, then it's half-empty.

Just depends on what you're doing
#7 - anon (06/07/2012) [-]
User avatar #2 - vynnle (06/06/2012) [-]
With that logic, as there is air outside of the glass, wouldn't it be overflowing?
User avatar #3 to #2 - aldheim (06/07/2012) [-]
Overflowing means the glass is full.
The overflow has nothing to do with the container itself, really.
#24 - ductapemyheart (06/07/2012) [-]
I like the way you think!
User avatar #22 - theugandanhero (06/07/2012) [-]
Dern technicalists..
User avatar #20 - montanus (06/07/2012) [-]
But when we say the glass is full, we usually mean that it has a beverage level up to the point where it's stupid to pour in more.
#6 - djslenderman (06/07/2012) [-]
The glass is not half full or half empty. The glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
User avatar #8 - kirkbot (06/07/2012) [-]
when someone asks me if the glass is half full or half empty, this is my reply:

if the glass was empty and had been filled up halfway, then the glass is half full
if the glass was full and emptied to the half, it is half empty
User avatar #10 to #8 - unhappyspanners (06/07/2012) [-]
What if you were just presented with a glass of water, where the water reached the half, and weren't told how it'd got to that state?
User avatar #11 to #10 - kirkbot (06/07/2012) [-]
User avatar #26 - JNS ONLINE (06/07/2012) [-]
what if the glass was observed in a vacuum?
User avatar #16 - SpenSir (06/07/2012) [-]
The percentage of air (I think) is 17.3& the rest is carbon dioxide, and hydrogen. You're saying the glass contains 50% pure air, instead of say 1/3 is Carbon Dioxide, 1/3 is hydrogen and 1/3 is Oxygen.
User avatar #17 to #16 - SpenSir (06/07/2012) [-]
#25 to #16 - anon (06/07/2012) [-]
... Are you serious? There's no such thing as "pure air", but only air. Those chemical compounds you mentioned are a part of the air we breathe.
"Air is the name given to atmosphere used in breathing and photosynthesis. Dry air contains roughly (by volume) 78.09% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.039% carbon dioxide, and small amounts of other gases." -Wikipedia
User avatar #27 to #25 - SpenSir (06/07/2012) [-]
Just saying what I was taught a few years ago, willing to agree that "Pure air" does sound silly. Just thought I'd say is all
#14 - anon (06/07/2012) [-]
Optimist says its half full
Pessimist says its half empty
Scientist says its completely full
#13 - anon (06/07/2012) [-]
In fact it is allmost completely empty, due to the fact that the atoms are seperated by great distances compared to their sizes.
User avatar #9 - unhappyspanners (06/07/2012) [-]
The whole "Is the glass half empty or half full?" question silly. Really it just depends on what you're doing with the glass. If you're currently drinking from it and it reaches the halfway mark, then it is half empty. If you're filling the glass up then it is half full.
However, if presented with a glass of water where the water is halfway up the glass, it really just depends the person answering.
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