Two frogs dwelt in the same pool.
The pool being dried up under the
summer's heat, they left it and set
out together for another home.
As they went along they chanced to
pass a deep well, amply supplied
with water, on seeing which, one of
the Frogs said to the other:
"Let us descend and make our
abode in this well."
The other replied with greater
"But suppose the water should fail
us, how can we get out again from so
great a depth?"
Moral of Aesop's Fable:
"Do nothing without a regard
to the consequences"