Is that just an Americanism? Because in my book "You're Friends" means "You ARE friends". Surely they meant to say "Your Friends"?
We use British English in South Africa and everytime I see "You're" used instead of "Your" I feel like joining Lynn Truss' (of the "Eats, Shoots and Leaves" book) vigilante party, resplendent with balaclava and thick red pen.
It drives me NUTS . Am I just being anal?