'Snuck' is not a word. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS SNUCK. It is sneaked. For that matter, 'drug' is just something you take when you have a headache. You were not 'drug' out of bed, or 'drug' to the shops - you were dragged.
The contraction of you and are, commonly misspelled as your'e, is actually you're. The apostrophe goes where the missing letter is, and the missing letters is 'a'.
'Know' is the verb form of knowledge, it describes things you are sure of. 'No' is just a negative.
Do you know the most misspelled word in the English language? It's definitely. I've seen 'definetly', 'definitly', 'definately', and even 'defiantly'. At least they're creative.
Please stop leaving the phrase 'give or take a few' unfinished.
"I ate five doughnuts yesterday, give or take" is not correct. It's give or take a few, or give or take a couple, or give or take one. You can't just go around saying 'give' or 'take', you have to be giving or taking something.
Why yes, it's Monday morning, and no, I'm not happy about it.
And I really did eat five doughnuts yesterday... give or take a few.