Just so we're all clear:
your - possessive form of 'you'; refers to something you own or possess; e.g. your bike or your momAlso:
you're - contraction for 'you are', as in 'you're going biking' or 'Shuffles, you're an a$$hat'
yore - long ago, as in 'days of yore'its - possessive form of it, as in 'your bike needs its stem flipped'Flame on.
it's - contraction of 'it is', as in 'it's really uncool to expect even fourth grade level spelling on BF'