Talk:Lay down and rot
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«The correct form of this verb is "to lie"; the verb "lay" is transitive, and refers to laying some other object somewhere. There is some confusion, since "lay" is also the preterite of "to lie", as in "he lay down in the grass yesterday", but this is not applicable in this case, since the acronym refers to the infinitive.»
As such, this entire page should be renamed to "Lie down and rot"; lay is not the correct verb form at all in this case. Used in this way, it would mean to lay something else down and then proceed to rot, which is not what is intended; what's intended is to lie down and rot.