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optipessimistic

op⋅ti⋅pes⋅si⋅mis⋅tic [op-tuh-pes-uh-mis-tik] -adj.
Having your glass neither half empty nor half full, because nobody likes half a glass.

Instructions:  Pour out your heart for others, when it’s empty, go get it refilled.  There’s only one refueling station with energy worth taking in.  Once refilled, continue pouring out in other people’s lifes.  Anyone who stops either pouring out or filling up will end up with half a glass and the game is over.  Game is best played with two or more players.