Humor Web Humor 16 Your vs. You're Memes That Grammar Nerds Will Appreciate Why does this simple grammar rule gets messed up so often? Share PINTEREST Email Print Via Imgflip. Web Humor Memes Funny Videos Holiday Humor By Beverly Jenkins Beverly Jenkins is a humor and pop culture writer. She has published three web humor books and six calendars, including You Had One Job! and Photobombed. our editorial process Beverly Jenkins Updated January 27, 2019 These your vs. you're memes poke fun at something most of us already know: some people never fully mastered their elementary school grammar lessons. Just in case you need a refresher course, here are the rules: you're is a contraction of you are, and your shows possession or relation (e.g. your dog, your son). Mixing up your and you're is one of the most common grammar mistakes alongside there, their, and they're and its vs. it's. Now that you've learned the lesson, go ahead and have a laugh at these snarky your vs. you're memes. 01 of 16 Ain't Nothing But a Mistake Via Cheezburger Even the Backstreet Boys want you to use proper grammar. You don't want to let the Backstreet Boys down, do you? 02 of 16 Bad Times Via Quickmeme Warning: reading this meme may cause cringing. 03 of 16 You Monster! Via Know Your Meme Don't make Batman cry. Learn grammar. 04 of 16 A Surprisingly Rare Skill Via We Are Teachers Luckily, it's a skill that can be learned quite quickly. 05 of 16 The Devil Flunked English Via Imgur "Your not strong enough to withstand the storm?" It seems that the Price of Darkness could stand to crack a grammar book now and again. 06 of 16 I Don't Want to Be Dinner Via Facebook Eat or be eaten? That's for the grammar gods to decide. 07 of 16 Identity Crisis Via Me.Me This meme has everything: grammar lessons and cats. 08 of 16 Cheers to You! Via Imgflip Leonardo DiCaprio doesn't mean to be condescending with this sentiment, but... Oh who are we kidding? Sure, he does. 09 of 16 Sending Out Those Mixed Signals Via Imgur. Via jokejive Grammar: the heart of this soon-to-becouple's communication issues. 10 of 16 Get the Message? Via Someecards Good advice, and well-stated. If more people would take this advice, the internet would be a much more pleasant place. 11 of 16 Screening Test for First Dates Via Instagram Some folks would rather be single than put up with correcting "you're" mistakes. 12 of 16 Ah, Irony Via Twitter "Your ignorant?" That's almost too perfect. Or, as this person would probably write, "to perfect." 13 of 16 Deal-Breaker Via Someecards I can't "like" it because I don't like it! 14 of 16 You Mean Every Political Post Ever? Via me.me Comment sections on Facebook are notoriously rife with these types. 15 of 16 Mark Wins by a Mile Via Meme Center His platform was simple, straight-forward, and based entirely on poking fun at his opponent's horrible grammar. 16 of 16 You're the Real MVPs Via Imgflip Yes, thank you! And remember, every time you properly use "you're" and "your," a grammar nerd smiles.