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Don't buy this, poor grammar!The company who produced this magnet should probably be notified that neither statement actually makes sense considering the word "your" indicates ownership, and grammatically doesn't make sense in the way the author intended. In this case, one should have used "you're", the compound form of "you are", which would make sense. Some days you are the dog, and other days you're the hydrant. See what I did with the sentence? The day the person produced that magnet, they were definitely the hydrant. Fleet Farm should send them all back to the manufacturer.