Talk:dance on someone's grave

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Wouldn't one's mean you're dancing on your own grave??? Anyway this is the link I found. —This unsigned comment was added by To whip one's hair back and forth (talkcontribs) at 03/April/2011.

¶ I do not see how ‘one’ cannot refer to subjects other than the first‐person. ‘someone’ is longer; this could be altered into a re‐direction instead of beïng deleted outright.--Pilcrow 18:18, 3 April 2011 (UTC)

¶ I wish I did not start this. ‘Someone’ usually refers to subjects other than the narrator, so this title is not wrong. I think I scared this user away long ago. Ah well… --Pilcrow 18:49, 7 July 2011 (UTC)