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it might sound friendly, but it ain't correct.
Y'all is 2nd person plural.
>Ed Gregory writes:
>>>How about delivering the documentation via Inter, intra, or extranet. Use
>cookies to identify users who prefer "he" or "she" or "the user" or "the
>person" or "the individual" or "h/she" or "s/he" or "he/she" or "he or she"
>or "they" or "y'all."
>Excellent. I vote for "y'all": "Y'all browse the document.." has a nice
>friendly flavour... :-)