>>107955332>What do you think about contraction like "she'd wear that to a ball"?
That's perfectly fine.
As for yer, it's a verbal tic that does exist, but when its used it's generally as an alternate way of pronouncing you're (you are), while ya is a more natural way of pronouncing "you" in an informal manner.
The grammar in the image you posted is a lot better, by the way. The only things I'd change are as follows.>You are a goodman, Charlie Brown
should have a space between good and man. "You're" would also sound a bit more natural than You are, but there's nothing wrong with using you are in this instance.>You should stop stringing him along just in case schroeder didn't work out.
A little bit of an awkward sentence, but the only actual issue is that "didn't" should be "doesn't", assuming she's talking about a current relationship rather than a one that no longer exists.