The subtle feeling of masculine victory when you hit the target your aiming for while urinating.
C'mon you dick... you can hit that shower drain... uh... yeah... You're-in!!!
by flockit February 20, 2015
The subtle feeling of masculine victory when you hit the target your aiming for while urinating.
C'mon you dick... you can hit that shower drain... uh... yeah... You're-in!!!
by flockit February 20, 2015
"You're" is the strongest argument winner. If you correct your opponents your to you're, you have automatically won the argument (unspoken law for human conversation).

Some argue that the "they're" correction is stronger, however, anyone who believes this is disillusioned and an uncivilized swine.
Idiot - Your so stupid.
Smart Fellow - Excuse me, I believe the correct grammar for that statement is "You're so stupid."
by JLoh_Loh October 31, 2017
Short for "you are". Many dumbfucks don't know the difference between "you're" and "your" and tend to interchange it. Pointing out this mistake is used as a pathetic comeback in an argument on the internet.
*An argument is going between two Redditards*
Redditard 1: Your so bad lololol
Redditard 2: *You're
*Redditard 2 gets instantly downvoted to oblivion*
by Peepeepoopoo from urbdic February 2, 2021
How idiots spell the possessive adjective "your" when they think they have mastered not to misuse it.
Lelo: What's you're e-mail address?
Boba: What's I'm e-mail address??
Lelo: No, what's you're e-mail address?
by Johans February 15, 2008
A contraction of "you are" that a painfully large group of dumbasses mistake for "your".
Guy 1: Your a total idiot!

Guy 2: It's "You're", dumbfuck.

Guy 1: no it's not! It's clearly spelled "your"! idiot!

Guy 2: Your irony is delicious!
by Mister Cookie September 20, 2012
Ambiguous replacement for both your and you're used to mask the user's ignorance of proper usage.
It can be easily passed off as a typo because depending upon context it can be assumed that either an apostrophe was accidentally added or an "e" was forgotten.
The use of this word allows the user to appear cavalier as opposed to ignorant.
You'r disrespecting the English language by so blatantly misusing 'your' when you clearly mean 'you are.'
by TheGreatCheeseCake June 27, 2011