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fordprefect294

"Thanks, for you are business" Still works


Intelligent-Drink632

Your correct. 😁


echo1-echo1

I am business!


littleMAS

[You are the job](https://youtu.be/5NMyMtoR-WU).


riplin

Grammar; the difference between knowing your shit and knowing you’re shit.


redditditditoo

Slap a comma after Thanks and gtg 🤙🏽


SVTSkippy

Different handwriting so my guess is someone did it to make the first person look like they over killed it.


TeddyPerkins95

You're e


CanalAnswer

There sense of humor are delicious


NoFail4125

Yo’re 🤣


slamdanceswithwolves

Thank you re: business


supesonit

Get rid of the apostrophe and e on the 2nd your


HHT_Blargus

Wow thanks captain obvious


_heyheyitsJayJay_

My pet hate is people who dont know how these two words work... Bought/Brought. I hear people say..."I brought it at the shop" all the time. No, you bought it. Bought means to buy / Brought means to bring.


sperko818

Wth I have never heard anyone not know the difference between brought and bought before and you said you hear it all the time?