Out of the country then? Hope it is somewhere nice, I’m afraid I clueless from the writing though the picture does the job!
Nope, I live in Germany! Thought I would translate to sign in the title to make it easier!
Also ‘no dogs’? And probably ‘no fun’ either
No, just the rice and the confetti so that the dogs would not eat them and get sick! xx
Glad to hear it
Thought you might be!! xx
That was the answer I came looking for – why the dog part. Thanks.
I did not realise when I posted the picture that it was so confusing!
There are lots of dogs being walked around there, so I like to think this sign is for their safety!
From my schoolgirl German I am getting that we mustn’t throw confetti or rice over small cute dogs?
LOL!! This was outside the town hall after our friends’ wedding, my guess is that they are concerned about dogs eating the rice and confetti and getting sick.
And no dogs!!!!!
No worries, dogs are allowed, but not the stuff that could harm them…
ok so no rice and no confetti and boo to whoever threw the dog at the bride and groom
LOL!! Love your interpretation!
Very funny. I have to say I have been amazed by the relationship between a German and their dog. Forget an Englishman and his dog, dogs are very much not allowed in super markets and a lot of pubs etc. in the UK, unlike here!!
I agree, I had to take a photo of that sign, I have not come across anything like this in any of the many countries I have visited or lived in!
Booooring! No fun either?
Plenty of fun we did have! Amazed at the different interpretations of that sign. For me, it was clear that rice and confetti were not allowed for the safety of the dogs!
What about cats? And other small mammals?! Very good that they are so considerate
LOL! I will pass the message on!
And no lobbing puppies either!
Oh yes, those are allowed!!
Why the picture of the dog on the sign?
Not the most obvious of signs! They are concerned about the dogs eating the rice and the confetti…
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