dealsyou had me at the proper use of you're t shirt…

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This is one of the best shirt's I've ever seen!

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If there's one thing I can't stand, its guy's who can't tell your and you're apart.

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I want to like this shirt, but I can't, because I do not understand why they capitalized "You're." It defeats the message. In order for this to be a perfect shirt, they should capitalize the first word, not "You're," and they should tack a period onto the end of the sentence. With those changes, it would be one of the greatest shirts ever. Until then...no sale. If you're going to put grammar humor on a shirt, that shirt should have flawless execution.

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@sparklecoogs: idk it's within quotes so maybe it's in reference to a prior comment that the person said. Also the non capitalization of the first word makes sense if you're simply texting/iming someone.

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Went to buy this shirt and bought 2 others as well. Thanks.

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@sparklecoogs: exactly. i would have bought it otherwise.

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@sparklecoogs: Sorry, but I don't think it's a given that this is a sentence. Suppose it's just part of a sentence? And I understand the capitalization because I ASSUME (I can assume, if I choose to) that the person being addressed has just written something such as "Your gonna love this one, dude." or something to that effect, to the speaker. In any case, I applaud you for being even MORE picky than I am, which is a rare thing, but this shirt delights me so that I'm willing to overcome the flaws which you perceive in it.

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grammatical sloppiness punctuation errors and mispelled words is things with which I wont put up with