Half full and half empty at the same time.
It's a metaphor towards how you look at life. Some days the glass is half full and other days the glass is half empty. Most days, it is half-fumpty.
- Phrasal Expression
1. Glass is cracked
Cynical expression which originates from the metaphorical "glass-half-empty-or-half-full", positing that it matters NOT "whether the glass is half empty or half full" as the glass is "cracked" and therefor prone to "leaking". (i.e. Pessimism versus optimism is irrelevant).
2. Failure; Cynic (person)
3. Impossible situation or cause (action)
1. "I think the glass is cracked on this one, guys ."
2. "Don't even bother. She's a cracked glass."
Half full or half empty glass. AIM emoticon.
Alex: I feel like \~/
Cathy: You feel half empty?
Alex: Yeah, cause Joe broke up with me but at the same time I knew we weren't gonna last.
1. A person half one race, and half another. Often very attractive, sometimes believed to have superpowers.
2. A way to describe anything half one thing half another.
1. With a white mother and a black father, Barack Obama would be classified as a halfzie. This supports the attactive, superpower theory.
2. As opposed to being half full or half empty of milk, the glass is halfzies milk.
An Irish drink pour where it is fill to the rim of a glass or close to it. It is also triple then the normal drink pour.
Hey Babe, I ask for a Cahill Pour this glass is half empty.
Keep in mind, this is specific to a liquid holding device.
When said device, is not quite half full and not quite half empty.
"Sooo, what's with the half empty glass of water?"
"It's flempty, BITCH!"
A glass of water that has or is about to overflow over the cup's edges.
"Oh no! That water's about to fullfilly!"
"Sherman, dear. Get that glass from under the fosset, before it fullfillys."