There are 'those' people who do not know the difference between your and you're. If you're reading this and shocked to find out there's a difference, I suggest you use your time to read this.
I do something similar with different words. Examples:
Me to Russ: "She's a very textile person"
Russ: "....textile.... do you mean tactile?"
and then there was this last week:
Me to my Mom: "Mom, do you have an embroidery board I can use?"
Mom: "Embroidery?!? You mean Emery Board?" (Click here to read about this fancy name for a nail file)
But I am trying to fix it- by reading this blog daily. This is just one of many English mistakes I make. I'll try to address this issue on Thursdays on this blog... but I make no guarantees that I actually do this on Thursdays. I may blog about this more soon. Or... I mean, sooner.