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You're/Your is widely accepted as one of the most difficult aspects of grammar. Indeed, only very few people on the Internets have mastered the challenging task of figuring out witch won too yews wear.

You're

You're is used to denote possession in the second person.

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Your

Your is a contraction of "you are". "Ur" is also acceptable. "Yr" is to be used by Mac users only.

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Yore

Usually used to indicate a time that was at least 100 years ago. Nobody uses this term.

eYore

eYore is used to indicate a time that was within 100 years of the invention of the internet. It's also the name of that emo donkey from Winnie the Pooh. (See also: Joe Lieberman)

Google

Search results for "your an idiot": about 405,000,000 results.

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See also

"Dunce" is the polite way of saying it.

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