I use google translator to write english text. I write the text in english and let it translate into my mother tongue. So I can see "live" if the things I write can at least be understood by google translator.
I wrote the sentence below with "ourself" instead of "yourself". So google translator suggested "yourself" instead of "ourself". Therefore I thought that google translator knows some colloquial language in respect to this case. (This already happened to me.)
According to google-translator this sentence is correct:
Yes, we build this "memorystream" yourself because we want to violate any good design rule.
However I'm no native speaker and "yourself" sounds a little weired to me in respect of the word "ourself".
The reason why I think that google translator might be right is, because in my dictionary "yourself" may also mean "self". This makes me guess that google may be right like in do-it-yourself or in respect to the patronizing "we", the Author's "we" or something like that.
My question is: Is it valid to write "yourself" here?
I try to explain that data will be assembled without using methods given by the framework. I wrote this in a sarcastic manner because this is usually considered a "bad design".