Do not put all of your fruit into one basket.
Do not put all of your bread into one basket.
Do not out all of your baskets into one basket.
Do not put all of your Moses into one basket.
Do not put all of your petrol/ murder victims/ house/ past participles/ failures/ piano lessons/ legs/ fingers/ political opinions/ cats/ mice/ rainbows/ broken light-bulbs, etc., into one basket.
It was agreed that baskets provided a less effective storage solution aphorism than boxes, especially when it came to eggs/ soup/ hairstyles/ clouds/ people called Colin/ Biblical inconsistencies/ horse-whisperers/ marginalised outsiders/ recycled anger/ Popes/ baskets.