Depends on the reader. When writing, I use undertones then short sentences or speech to cap them off. It's interesting to hear what people think, but I hate to hear what people think they know (connoisseurs with no creative experience are short of a good kicking). Which is more what I assumed Xiao to be speaking of. But yes, you need to have different interpretations. It can help you develop your writing, only much of the time it doesn't, but I can sympathise with the fact that it can be really bloody annoying. Anyway, interpretations ruined Burgess, so I reserve the right to call someone an idiot when they think I'm expressing an opinion on class differentiation in a passage which serves only as filler between two key points. So should Xiao.