Day 18: nerdybookchallenge: FANDOMONIUM It’s been a couple

Day 18: nerdybookchallenge: FANDOMONIUM It’s been a couple

1/18/2021, 5:34:27 PM
Day 18: nerdybookchallenge: FANDOMONIUM It’s been a couple of days since I’ve done a challenge, but I couldn’t miss this day! QUIDDITCH! There are so many different types of feelings I have while reading Harry Potter, but I find that for me, Quidditch is the most thrilling. I know I’m not alone in this. Some of Harry’s coolest moments are flying through the Quidditch pitch, and I often read entire Quidditch passages twice before moving on with the story just so I can revel in them. Something about reading Harry catch the Snitch really does it for me. After all, the kid was the youngest seeker in a freaking century. I have not yet read Quidditch Through the Ages. (My husband got me the Hogwarts Library for Christmas.) but I fully intend to read it in its entirety. . (tangent: I hope in 20 years JK Rowling reveals that she has been writing “Hogwarts, A History” all this time and that all 1,000+ pages of it are printed into a ginormous armful size book that will sell for $1,000. Of which I will buy and keep open whenever I feel like doing a bit of light reading.) . Quidditch facts: . ✨Quidditch originated from an ancient game called Stichstock, played with 20 food high poles with inflated dragon bladders attached on top. . ✨There are 700 ways to commit a Quidditch foul (and all happened in the World Cup of 1473) . ✨The original snitch was a small bird before Bowman Wright designed the new one. . ✨Quidditch got it’s name because the inventor of the sport lived near Queerditch Marsh. . ✨The ref is called the Quijudge . ‼️wand made by @readinginhongkong . She is currently offering free shipping on orders of her fun, handmade wands. . ‼️house Quidditch bookmarks by @boookmarky

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