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The poor have it, the rich want it, but if you eat it you will die. What is this?
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Nothing!



How can you say the rich want nothing

yes the rich have everything but they do not want nothing



Posted by: Preetam Ghosh

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your Question is rich want it, if u eat it u will die,then how can you say nothing
nothing only opt for poor having it



Posted by: anbu

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the poor have nothing, the rich wants to do nothing, but if u eat nothing, you will die.



Posted by: anonymous

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Nothing.

Rich people want nothing.
Poor people have nothing.
If you eat nothing you will die.
Nothing is greater than God.
Nothing is more evil than the devil.



Posted by: naveen

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the poor have something(body and soul) to live ,but the rich wants something to keep the sentence "to do nothing"...
so nothing is the option for ly
if u eat nothing u ll die..



Posted by: krishna priya

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the rich want it - peace

the poor have it- that is peace,as they have no bank balance-so no question of being worried

if you eat it- i.e destroy it then there will be war and we will die



Posted by: saikat

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the rich want it because they have everything. And the answer is nothing.



Posted by: bill

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Yaa. Nothing is correct.but another thing ,is poor already die! so poor don't have anything(nothing) .The poor totally vanish.If rich want(or Eat)it.He will die or Nothing (vanish).

So this Answer 'Nothing'is Exactly correct!!



Posted by: Raje

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Yaa, Nothing is Exact Answer .Because Poor don't have anything(Nothing).Poor ate already so he die or vanish(nothing).If rich want or eat it(nothing).He will die or nothing (vanish).

so 'NOTHING' is correct Answer



Posted by: Rajakumari

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how can v die if vl eat nothing???



Posted by: srijyothi

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Money.Money is the exact answer.The poor needs it and the rich have it.But if we eat money we will die.



Posted by: Aleeza

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I think its the letter 'o' . Word poor has 2 'o's , rich doesnt, if it is removed from the word "you" then it becomes "yv" = dies



Posted by: Sharath

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poor people have unity,support and respect for each other which rich person do not have



Posted by: bhavin

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money

As poor people satisfied with how much they have,so poor people have it.
Rich want money more and more.
and if we eat it we may die.



Posted by: Sonali Panda

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The correct answer is nothing, because if you eat nothing, you'll die...



Posted by: talina

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The ans is Peace of mind.

poor man knows that he did'nt had anything where as a rich man had everything but his eagerness towards
money makes his mind not peaceful

With out peace of mind if u eat u will die



Posted by: sivaram

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The ans is MONEY.

Which the poor dont have where as a
rich possess and if u eat u will die.



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