Muggle Quidditch

<p>Look it up on YouTube or whatever.</p>

<p>We should play a match! I want to hold a game at my high school, do you think the administration would let us? If not, why?</p>

<p>I want to be a chaser :b</p>

<p>mmm.. last year our Student Body Presidents promised to organize a Quidditch match between the four classes... don't believe it ever happened. Although I've never played it myself, I did watch a match at a Harry Potter conference (don't judge me) I attended in Chicago; and I must admit, it was pretty epic.</p>

<p>There is a quidditch team at MSU.
I have quite a few friends on the team. Although, I've never actually gone to see them play... lol
<a href="http://www.statenews.com/index.php/article/2009/10/harry_potterinspired_quidditch_game_gains_popularity_on_campus%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.statenews.com/index.php/article/2009/10/harry_potterinspired_quidditch_game_gains_popularity_on_campus&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>I've tried that. IT'S WICKED HARD TO PLAY.(i had to edit that last statement lol ;)) The hard part is playing while having the broom between ur legs (sigh lol)</p>

<p>I've seen those! Looks so much fun!!! A real person gets to be the snitch who runs around. Woot!</p>

<p>I find this strange, because Quidditch is actually a lame game - it is almost completely decided by the Seeker. Everyone else could just stay home.</p>

<p>^ That's why you reduce the snitch's worth to 50 points.</p>

<p>At a summer camp I once went to in middle school, I remember during the day you had a chance to play Quidditch - though in reality it was pretty much just water polo, but with noodles to swim on.</p>

<p>^^I guess that would improve things.</p>

<p>Collegiate Quidditch is a laugh to watch. I'm torn between going to a school that looks like Hogwarts so I can fulfill my 11-year-old dream, or going to a school with a Quidditch team so I can laugh my butt off more. It's great to know there are people who love HP so much more than me.</p>