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    #1

    Anything/anyone?

    Which one is correct:

    1. Is there anything more ridiculous in life than Justin Bieber?
    2. Is there anyone more ridiculous in life than Justin Bieber?

    or perhaps both sentences are wrong? or maybe both are correct?

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    Re: Anything/anyone?

    They're both correct if you want to includes things more ridiculous than Justin Bieber. If you only want to include people, then only 2 is right.

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    Re: Anything/anyone?

    Sorry, New Answer: ignore the above.
    I mean they are both potentially correct. But only 1 is correct of you want to include things and people. If you want to include only people, 2 is correct.

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    Re: Anything/anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    Sorry, New Answer: ignore the above.
    I mean they are both potentially correct. But only 1 is correct of you want to include things and people. If you want to include only people, 2 is correct.
    Got it. Thanks for the explanation.

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