I can't believe they've waited this long to introduce ön! And still no sign of maga... There must be a lot of impolite Hungarian being spoken by foreigners nowadays... I had people who just wouldn't reply to me if I didn't use the correct pronoun...
Is what an exception to what?
If you use the polite form ön, then you use third-person singular forms, whether it be with verbs (Ön repül "You fly") or possessive endings az ön zsebe "your pocket").
Sorry for not being clear enough here . That 'e' ending in 'szebe' got me a little bit confused because I didn't see it in the Tips and Notes section. I guess it is a regular suffix anyways, because I've seen it in other sentences too.
Yes, the -a/-e is quite regular in the third person singular, after a consonant. It can also be -ja/-je, and morphed versions thereof, even after consonants.