Glass with two halves Category: Double Meanings | Added: May 13, 2011 | 11 comments While not quite an optical illusion this image does help to represent the paradox of duality. One of these glasses is half empty and one of them is half full, but which is which ? Is there even an answer or can both be one or the other ?
Image Credit: Lucia Sofo
Comments ( 11 )
Posted by meghan on May 19, 2013 wtf
Posted by Leslie on January 11, 2014 i dont get it
Posted by pratham ram on May 13, 2014 Right glass is half empty
n left glass is half filled!!!
Posted by Tuan on September 9, 2014 It can be both or either to me.
Posted by TheSmartDog on October 7, 2014 LOL guys it's easy, there's some water at the right glass!
Posted by baily on February 11, 2015 the one on the left with the half full at the top isnt liquid its frozen
Posted by Boo on April 12, 2015 There both the same.
Posted by _SammyWammy_ on October 2, 2015 The one on the right is frozen... thats how it staying at the top, because the glass get smaller as it goes downwards if you know what I mean
Posted by pachanou on December 15, 2015 Funny, nobody's answering the question! Ok. For me, glass at my left is half full and to my right the glass is half empty. Bu i won't risk myself to explain why.......
Posted by GOOD on December 9, 2016 Confusing and I keep changing my answer.
Posted by Mafalda on March 28, 2017 Both are half full and half empty, my final answer LOL
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