Someone tell the dragons to stop the dracarys already, they're making everyone sweat
Why bony not kony? A glass of water can sweat
I guess it's just assuming that we're talking about a person.
Bony refers to humans, kony to inanimate objects (and I think animals).
shouldn't it also be right when you say "He sweats" or "she sweats"? ... or "he / she is sweating"...
Couldn't you say, "They are sweating" for this? I know that "they" is supposed to be for plurals, but it is often used for third-person-singular these days.