This is really important…
Recently, I saw the following written on a friend’s facebook wall…
your the PEANUT to my BUTTER ,
your the STAR to my BURST,
your the M to my M,
your the POP to my TART,
your the MILKY to my WAY,
your the FRUIT to my LOOP,
your the MILK to my DUDS,
your the LUCKY to my CHARMS,
your the ICE to my CREAM,
your the BEST to my FRIEND
SEND THIS TO 10 OF YOUR BEST FRIENDS (INCLUDING ME) IF YOU GET IT BACK YOUR LOVED!!!
I’ll let you take a minute to recover.
Okay… it’s obvious what bothered me, eh?
I just want you all to remember…
The word “your” is an attributive adjective. It is the possessive form of “you.” It is used as a modifier before a noun. ie: “your boots” and “your accomplishments.” “You’re” is the correct contraction of “you are.” As in “you are learning proper English” and “you are the peanut to my butter.”