Love this sign! This is the Wunderbar, a bar in Lyttelton (which is a port town). They only let nice people in. I wonder what the test for niceness is? I snapped this with my cellphone after walking over the bridle path from Heathcote over the hill down into Lyttelton.
6 responses to “Sorry nice people only – Wunderbar Sign”
I am constantly amazed at the quality of photos taken with cell phones….I wonder what they do if a stinker slips by the hostess and gets in???
Hmmm nice is not always a compliment (flash back to high school days and being described by a particular girl as “nice” – translation: safe and boring).
Wow you’re quite the mountain goat Michelle strolling over the bridle path like that – impressive!
I agree with Jas … ‘nice’ is such a benign word.
Do my eyes deceive me or do both these ‘nice’ people on the sign have toothbrush moustaches?
Niceness redefined perhaps … 😉
@Jas, I firmly believe that nice guys do not finish last!
And how’s this for impressive – yesterday I did the bridle path in the morning and the Rapaki track in the evening. Today I’m not sure I can even muster enough energy to do a lap around Hagley!
That is a great walk, over the Bridle Path! You must have felt great after that, if not a little weary, and then the Rapaki! That is my favourite track, you must be a real energizer Bunny!
@Nicky: Homesick yet? Guess it’s too soon. As for the energiser bunny, well doing a good impression of one, but then they keep going and going and going, whereas I kind of collapse on the couch!