• In your bladder.
  • its half gone :3
  • I wasn't going to tell you because it would have been so much funnier....but since you spoiled it dogs been drinking it the whole time! hahahahaha
  • don't you remember, you drank it. (*mutters to self* gosh old people and there Alzheimer's)
  • If it was up your ass ,you'd know.
  • I don't think the question "Is your cup half-full or half-empty?" is about your emotion, mood, feeling or optimisticism. In fact, this comes from Buddhism philosophy, when a cup is full, you cannot pour more, if you insist in, it will overflow. When a human mind is full with something, he cannot learn something new, he's not ready for any changes. Let's have a look at this story: "A Lesson From A Zen Master" Once, there was a young man went up to a hill where a Zen master stayed and this young man began to ask the Zen master. “How can I be smarter?” Before the Zen master even had the chance to reply, the young man continue to tell the Zen master how brilliant he was, what he knew … etc. The Zen master took a deep breath and invited the young man to his hut to have some tea. The young man agreed and carried on to boast how smart he is. While listening, the Zen master poured the tea to a small cup in front of the young man. He continued to pour the tea until it is overflow all over the table and the young man’s pants. The young man jumped out and shouted, “What are you doing? The cup is full and overflowing!” The Zen master put down the teapot and with a smile on his face, he told the young man, “If you come to me with a cup that has already full, how do you expect me to pour you a drink?” So, whenever people are telling you that your cup is full, they mean that your mind is not open to receive new things yet.
  • that's not water, tonto! that there is vodka, and it is half empty because i already drank the other half.

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