Moronic, half-assed spelling or "your" or "you're" used by close-minded, slow chatroom/AOLer individuals who can't type fast enough, and will use the excuse: 'i hav 2 use slang coz i am tokin 2 lots ov pplz unlyk u LOLZ
', even though I could talk to several people without using a single abbreviation.
Although these slow-minded turdburglars use it to represent 'u r', or 'you are', it is not spelt the way it would be pronunced. 'Ur' would be pronunced as 'err' or 'uhr', not 'yer' or 'yur'.
1. Moronic abbreviation for "your," "you are," or "you're." It should NOT be pronounced "yur," but rather how it looks: ur (rhyming with purr, fur, her, etc.).
2. A city of ancient Sumer in southern Mesopotamia on a site in present-day southeast Iraq. One of the oldest cities in Mesopotamia, it was an important center of Sumerian culture after c. 3000 b.c. and the birthplace of Abraham. The city declined after the sixth century B.C.
JEZro07210 (10:32:58 PM): ur sucha fucking fagatar fucking moron
illiterate individuals way of saying your, or you're.
ur an illiterate redneck
What people too lazy to type four letters type when they speak on AIM.
OMG then he wuz liek "Ur so fagit!!!1"
Well it's not a possessive pronoun. D: It's not that hard to type "your" or "you're". God forbid you take an extra second out of your chatting sessions to spell correctly.
Ur is the town the Onion Kids are from.
Wrong english for both "You're" (you are) and "Your."
To remember the correct difference, the apostrophe represents a missing letter (as in the "G" from "Cookin'" and "Goin'") in the case of "You're" it's the missing "A."
As for "Your" it means it belongs to someone or something. (Genetive form. In some ways, the possessive form.)
After committing these to memory, it gets extremely easy to remember without looking it up. Helpful examples:-
"You're" (You are.)
"That place is heavily guarded, you're not going in there, are you?"
"You're dead, wait 'till I get my hands on you."
"When you're there, turn left."
"This is your car."
"Let's go to your place."
"Is this your's?"
"You're going to your wedding and that's that!"
"You're responsible for your mistakes."
"That's your pet and you're going to take care of it, not me!"