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This will warm herup and at the same time, give her the ideawhere the conversation is leading to. If you managedto get her to describe herself, follow thequestion up with “I bet you look reallyadorable right now” or something like that.12. Now that she’s comfortable with you, it’stime to build some sexual tension.
But it may sound a bit less affectionate to some (probably depends on the speaker/dialect? That’s the ‘It’s raining out’ and ‘It’s about time’ and ‘It’s hard to say’ kind of it. If you edit out all pronouns, the author ends repeating "the user" many times.
)[email protected] Cellio I think that’s actually closer to an ‘existential it’ than to what you’re thinking. Also writing sentence fragments, as in your answer.
If the author is uncomfortable with using "they", an alternative is for the author to alternate "he" and "she", switching pronouns each [email protected] Shor In technical writing, the objective is to unambiguously convey the information, and much less about a pleasant reading experience.
There are style guides for the purpose that generally advocate preference of semantics over 'style'.