Optimist’s View: Glass is half full
Pessimist’s View: Glass is half empty
This is the classic example of contrary view points. I have added some more views and copy/pasted some from various websites.
Cynic’s Eye View: Glass will remain as it is. There’s not going to be a refill, in spite of assurances to the contrary
Banker’s View: The glass has just under 50% of its net worth in liquid assets.
Psychologist’s View: How does the water feel about the glass?
Psychiatrist’s View: How does it affect your feelings for your mother / father?
Narcissist’s View: Look at me in the water!
Polygamist’s View: The more glasses the merrier.
Nudist’s View: The glass isn’t wearing anything. Why should I?
Egoist’s View: My glass is bigger than yours.
Realist’s View: Yes, That’s a glass all right
Economist’s View: The glass is 25% fuller than at the same time last year.
Opportunist’s View: It was there. I drank it
Nutritionist’s View: 8 more of these glasses a day keeps the doctor away
Doubter’s View: Why did he drink only half the glass?
Alarmist’s View: It must be having harmful chemicals.
Government’s view: The glass is fuller than if the opposition party were in power.
Opposition’s View: The present administration has changed the way such volume statistics are collected.
Philosopher’s View: If the glass was in the forest and no one was there to see it, would it be half anything?
Drunkard’s View: Throw out this water. Put in some Scotch
Existentialist’s View: The glass is.
Fatalist’s View: The water will evaporate.
Futurist’s View: The water is in the wrong half of the glass.
Feminist’s View: All glasses are equal.
Anarchist’s View: Break the glass.
Nihilist’s View: The glass doesn’t exist and neither do I.
Revolutionist’s View: Dump the glass out and fill it again.
Democrat’s View: Share the glass.
Republican’s View: Reduce tax on the glass
Consultant’s View: Your glass needs resizing.
Actuary’s View: You might live long enough to enjoy the water
Engineer’s View: The glass is twice as large as its necessary parameters.
Physicist’s View: The cylinder is neither full nor empty. Rather, each half of the cylinder is full, one with a liquid, one with a gas.
Logician’s View: Please define ‘glass’ more precisely.
Mathematician’s View: I don’t know if it’s half-full or half-empty, but I can tell you an answer exists!
PC User’s View: Let’s restart it and maybe it will fill up this time.
Apple User’s View: Steve Jobs invented water or at least made it much better!
Microsoft’s View: The rest of the water will be in the next release.
Can you add some more of your own?