I like how you answer as if you read and understood my post, yet still use "you're" wrong.
Okay, now you wanna get on that, its okay. I'm not trippin. Its a common grammar mistake, I know the difference between you're and your, but when writing it, sometimes I forget to put it like that. Happens to more people than just me, and its not just the you're/your complex, but there's other things in grammar too like that, that people get confused and mixed up even though they know better, like are/our, too/to; sometimes I still put "to" even though I KNOW I meant to put too to mean also, I go back and proof read and I'm like "aw fuck." It just happens sometimes. It doesn't mean I'm stupid.
Are you trying to say I'm an idiot or something? How do you know that english is even my native tounge? (Which it is, but I'm just saying.)