This particular gem was uploaded mere seconds after "that boy" asked "this girl" if it hurt... when she fell from heaven.
Every time a grammatically-incorrect bumper sticker is uploaded to Facebook, a copy editor loses its wings. However, I applaud this uploader's creativity in bypassing the usual your/you're conundrum for a mistake that gets a lot less air time.
Because nothing says "I less than three you" like a Facebook bumper sticker.
I love ankle socks just as much as the next person. No really, I do. What concerns me here is that someone sat down at a computer, pulled up the Facebook homepage and thought, "Hey, you know what? I could go read a book, I could go read a newspaper, I could go catch up with those crazy ladies on The View, but instead I'm going to create a bumper sticker that will praise the glory and wonder of day-glo socks."
But seriously. For the love of all that is holy, will someone please explain to me what this means?