Anyone remember an old comic strip called "There Oughtta Be A Law"? Well, this is kinda sorta like that...maybe.
--- For starters, "your" is what's called a determiner, as in "What is your name?" or "Your Mother Should Know". "You're" is short for "you are", also known as a contraction, as in "You're My Best Friend". They actually mean two different things, so try and get it right. Words matter folks.