You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it … what? Well the classic phrase is you cna lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink. None of y’all answered that this time lol.
Cross makes sense as a next word because hey, you just led the horse to water. What are you trying to do with the water? Cross it? Sounds reasonable to me. I’m guessing people who chose this pictured a stream or river.
No one has picked this one so far, but it is the #classic one. If you pick drink, it’s probably because you’ve heard the phrase before and your brain automatically ticked that association for you.
Well, I don’t know what you’ve got to be thinking to choose this one, but no one has chose it yet anyway. Maybe you imagine a huge river like the one that Caligula thought he could cross on his horse and subsequently lost his horse to. (it drowned)
Yeah, this one just rhymes with drink. If you chose this one you’ve probably got an open mind and a sense of humor. Am I open minded with a sense of humor? Yes, yes I am.