People in New Zealand's capital were shaken awake by a magnitude 4.1 earthquake on Monday morning.
While Geonet describes the quake as a "weak" 4.1, many disagreed.
"That didn't feel particularly 'weak' under my bed!" one person tweeted.
"Was that only a 4.0?" asked another.
Geonet data says the quake occurred 25 km south of Paraparaumu. It was widely felt, with 4160 people reporting the shaking. While most described the quake as "light", 627 said it was "moderate".
"An early morning jolt for Wellington," tweeted NZ Civil Defence. "Remember the right action during an earthquake is 'Drop, Cover and Hold'."