Strangely, I find that character listings irritate me. Not literally the character listings, but the way the characters are listed. For example, for this, the character listing is "everybody". (The "listing" as I call it, is in the foreword under the big bold word "characters".)
However, I see some stories with character listings of
Person A, Person B
Um...quite honestly, I don't know how to respond to that except for "...What?"
Why would someone use Person A and Person B? I'm sure - and I hope - that the author isn't literally using "Person A" and "Person B". You can't really give them a gender either...
Tell me how weird this sounds:
Person A walked into the cafe and glanced around. Person A couldn't find Person B. Meanwhile, Person B had forgotten about the date and was at home, watching TV all alone.
My reaction: ....Meh.
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