HowTo talk:Refer to Yourself in the Third Person

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wow. somebody like, totally rewrote my page :) --Nerd42Talk 16:59, 14 March 2006 (UTC)

I'm uncertain the me will be able to explain this to others. I thought me knew grammar, but not me thinks me might have been wrong. I was looking for examples of people calling themselves me. I thought me understood it to be a third party reference situation. However, me got down to the bottom of the page and me saw the word you. In learning grammar and tenses me might have missed a few lessons. I just assume that is the problem, since me's not narcissistic I fact me's got way older brothers, who became internet obsessed in the late 1980s. One of the many things they inclined to do is write articles, such as these. It gives them a chance for everyone to admire their wit, humor, and charm. Almost as if, they are doing the world a solid but allowing their thoughts to be written forever in time. Me gets a bit confused at the end. So I'll quit with the me crap, putting jokes aside, the word the author used is 'you'. I could easily be wrong, but isn't the word supposed to be yourself? The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk • contribs)
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