Well, I know that I can colloquially say:
It has nothing to do with you being poor
The whole bolded phrase acts as a noun or gerund. Can I apply the rule so that the phrase acts as an object of a verb?
Don't let you being tired affect your enthusiasm
That led to him breaking up with her
Can I use it as subject as well?
You standing here doesn't mean that you are the criminal.
Are these type of sentences confusing? or is it commonly used and well-understood? I'd like the answer to be according to the colloquial American accent.