This is very simple:<quoted text> Evidently you are, because I wasn't trying to scare you . I was waiting for you to say some dumshit about bullying. So your implying that gay kids commit suicide because they're bullied. Are try the only bullied kids? No! But straight kids ain't running around killing themselves. Why is that? Because they're not mentally confused! You answer my question backwards. I asked why don't straight kids pray to be gay & when they realize they're straight commit suicide? Because they're comfortable with themselves. Bullying has been a part of life since the beginning of time, yet suicide from bullying is a new phenomenon in the last generation. You all close your eyes to the statistics & push blame at the normal for you all confusing these kids. Y'all have them thinking about sex too early to process the issue correctly. In the past 10 years a shit load of pre teens have committed suicide because tall told them it was cool to be gay & totally f ucked their weak minds up.
What word do we use to show that more than one person owns something? Let's say, a crack pipe.
We would say, "That's OUR crack pipe." Right? "our."
"Our" indicates ownership.
What if you thought it was your crack pipe, because it looks the same as your crack pipe, but it really belongs to the druggie next to you on the corner.
We're still talking about ownership.
Just add one letter: Y.
Your. It is YOUR crack pipe.
***** OUR = We own it. YOUR = you own it.
Likewise: When you are trying to say "you are" (rather than "I is") you just replace the "a" with an apostrophe '
You are a crack head.
You're a crack head.
So here's the easy rule of thumb. If you want to use the word "your" in a sentence, re-read the sentence and replace the word "your" with "you are." If it makes sense, then use "you're." If it doesn't make sense, then use "your."
If you're not smart enough to determine which makes sense, resume using your crack pipe.