A humorous performative irony is contained in the written statement “your ignorant.” The ignorance is proven and displayed by the projecting writer.
“Your” is the possessive form, as in “your brain needs more exercise.”
When you mean to say that you believe someone else is ignorant, it would contribute to the weight of your accusative judgment if you used the correct form.
If you thought about it, you would realize that you are using the contraction of “you are.”
Therefore, you should write “you’re ignorant.”
If you can’t remember that, it would be best for you to write it out in the formal style:
You are ignorant.
Likewise, “their” is possessive, belonging to them. “They’re” is a contraction of “they are.” “There” is a place (not here, but there).
“There coming to take you away” is wrong.
“Their are a lot of people laughing at you” is wrong.
This has been a public service announcement.