Why do others feel compelled not to let others have fun?

The house used in The Goonies is a staple landmark of Astoria, Oregon. For years it was a tourist attraction. In the past, there have been some homeowners who wanted the house for the house itself, not because of the film and didn't appreciate visitors. That's always a downer as so many people loved The Goonies and still love it today. Well, the most recent owners of the house embrace it and welcome visitors to come up and take a photo in front of this iconic house. The bad news is they have a neighbor who doesn't appreciate this.

Next door they clearly posted a sign on their own home saying that Goonies are not welcome.

Well, they're not hearing that as anyone is welcome so they retaliated.

I love that they even put up a sign that say 'Hey You Guys!' as a quote from the film, welcoming them in. And they also put up that banner saying Ignore Karen to have them not worry about the one saying they're not welcome. I love it.

If you find yourself in Astoria, Oregon, feel free to check out The Goonies' house at 368 38th Street in Astoria. They still have the Zillow listing as well if you'd rather use a map, like a real Goonie.

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