英文諺語 Fools rush in where angels fear to tread
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread 愚人不怕事，盲人不怕蛇
The rash or inexperienced will attempt things that wiser people are more cautious of.
Fools are those who will always do the foolish things. And when the thing is dangerous or dumb, the fool will always still do it, even though someone like an angel would be scared to do the same and would not dare.
‘Fool’ is now a more derogatory insult than it was when this proverb was coined, in the early 18th century. At that time a fool wasn’t a simpleton, lacking in intelligence, simply someone who had behaved foolishly.
Dave: Bob is too scared to go in and confront the boss, so I’m going to.
Sarah: Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
Often abbreviated as fools rush in.