I'm afraid I simply must bring to your attention another error I see more and more frequently. YOUR is not a substitute for YOU'RE.
YOU'RE = YOU ARE
YOUR = YOUR
Example of correct usage:
Your dick is so dinky that even when you're holding an entire handful of fishhooks, you can't find the aforementioned Mr. Winkles.
If you feel confused by your and you're, then substitute YOU ARE for the word in question. If YOU ARE makes sense, then you want YOU'RE. It's just like ITS and IT'S. Substitute IT IS to find out if you want ITS or IT'S because IT'S = IT IS.
Get it? Got it? Good.
Infinities of love,