Why is this confusing? In the US, you can buy milk in a variety of quantities: pint, quart, half-gallon, and gallon. Each of these could be considered a "unit" of milk. You probably wouldn't be confused if someone said they drank a whole pint, which is a half-quart or quarter-gallon. When someone says they drank a whole half-gallon, I would interpret this to mean that they drank all of the milk in a half-gallon container; i.e., the whole thing.I always get confused when someone says they drank a whole half gallon of milk.
Pretty much.Is that like drinking a half whole gallon?
"Of milk" implies that they were talking about milk, not half and half.Is it whole milk or half and half.
Why don't you look it up and get back to us?What's the difference between whole milk and half and half anyway.
How would you get a gallon and a half from mixing two half-gallons of liquid?If you mix a half gallon of half and half and a half gallon of whole, do you get a gallon and a half of half half and half and half whole?
Maybe if you were a magician, and your brother was involved in a "sawing a man into two" act that went tragically wrong.What if you have two half brothers? Is that the same as having one brother?