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It's about the comma.

mistymoon77 9 Jan 27
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You're not nuts if you feel your nuts

Rudy1962 Level 9 Jan 27, 2019


phxbillcee Level 9 Jan 27, 2019

Your = pronoun that refers to the reader or listener. For example "is this your dog?"

You're = contraction of "you" and "are." Example: "You are [you're] a dog."

Both sound identical, thus making the your/you're a common grammatical error.


But when both apply...

DangerDave Level 8 Jan 27, 2019

At the same time!

If they are feeling up their nuts in public, they'd be both.