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1-26-2010 @ 5:26PM
back @ ChrisYou are correct. I did not consider the possibility of "Go lay [your head] down," so yes there could be an unstated object.But then again, when people say "Go lay down," especially to their dogs, they probably don't mean "Go lay your head down."But then again, who the hell is going to say "Go lie down" to their dogs??? I mean, dogs are horrible at grammar anyway.If I were proofreading, I would have left it as it is, as a common idiomatic expression, rather than changing it to King's English.
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