speaking as if telling to someone who can't see
Third-Person Person has many mannerisms. One of them, of course, is speaking of themselves by their first (or last) name, instead of using the words I, me, or myself. Less commonly, this is another. Basically, the person speaks as if watching themselves do the action, and having to explain as a reference to someone who didn't see them just do it. Basically, it would be like someone writing a trope, they type the words along, word by word, and then they release their statement as a quote. Also a probable trait of a Lemony Narrator. Of course, this is not always a self-referential statement. It could also refer to someone else's action. Expect the object of this attention to not be amused, however," he said as he continued to type each line. Knowing that he could not continue to write this trope indefinitely, he ended rather abruptly, right here.
Examples:"Anime and Manga," he said, as he watched.
"No Real Life Examples, Please!," he warned, knowing such people are likely to be interpreted as insane.