Why do you only get earache when you lie down?
Depends how you are using it. "Lay down" is a transitive verb; you have to lay something down. "Lay down that pistol" or "Lay down your backpack" "Lie down" is intransitive. When you say "I'm going to lie down; I'm not feeling well" it's yourself you are putting on the couch. You cannot lie something else down.
Lay is a transitive verb and needs an object - lay (something) down or lay down (something) Lie is intransitive and doesn't need an object - i lie on the floor The confusion arises from the fact that "lay" is also the past tense of "lie" In the present "I lie in my bed" In the past "I lay in my bed" I would recommend "Lie down and go to sleep.". But now I lay…
Well if you lie to your lover that would mean that you don't really feel you have a strong relationship with them. You could also lie to them because you love him/her and you are only trying to make them happy when they are feeling down. I don't really know how good this advise is 'cause I'm only 13 and I don't know much about relationships