Is it good to write it so it seems the narrator is addressing the reader? Or is this bad writing? I want to use it so it sounds more conversational, but I'm not sure if it works or just annoys the readers. Specifically, I am referring to the use of "you" or "you know how" that we sometimes use in speaking. For example: "You know how if you've never owned a car before and one day you buy a car. Then all of a sudden you will see cars everywhere." If I take out the you, I could write it like this: "A popular saying goes that if a person’s never owned a car before, and one day this person buys a car, then all of a sudden he will see cars everywhere." Which is better? Is there a better way than either?