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Today. I was laughed at for Quidditch

quidditchncoffee:

I’m used to the occasional giggles.

Today. While I was on stage in front of a bunch of people I was laughed at the entire 3minutes I was talking about Quidditch at the Club Sports Interest meeting. 

I hate people. That is just so mean. I felt like I was in elementary school when kids made fun of me for being weird. It makes me just want to hide in bed and not do anything.

You know, people suck. I got laughed at quite a bit at the club expo the other day too, and you know what, we don’t want those people playing. We don’t want those people involved with our sport, and if they’re too close-minded to try something new…then screw them.

quidditchncoffee

Waking up from getting tonsils removed..

quidditchncoffee:

I woke up hysterically crying, confused and flailing around. I kept asking for my Dad.

And babbling about Quiddtich. Yup. The 2nd thing out of my mouth after my Dad was Quidditch. How I need to play Quidditch and that Amanda and Zane are going to fight if I’m not there.

I clearly love Quidditch way to much..

You are seriously one of my favorite people :3

quidditchelitist

quidditchelitist:

This will be the final entry in this series, or at least it’s the last one I have planned and I won’t be actively trying to think of any more. Anyway, since this is the last one, I have a few notes before we get started.

I realize some of you are probably thinking something along the lines of…

the-q-archive

thegoldensnitchy:

I’m sure you’re all as sick as I am of being led on by the IQA about the location of World Cup VI. First it was Jakarta, then Hoth… it seems like they’ve been stalling for ages. Well I have an inside source in the IQA who has exclusively leaked the four remaining bids for World Cup VI! THANK GOD.

Guys, The Olympic Quidditch games have to be telivised

Now I know they probably won’t be, i’m super sad. 

There has to be a network that’s willing to do it. IT HAS TO HAPPEN GUYSSSSS.

I have to see it. 

I want to sit in my living room, yelling and cheering at my tv. I want to see Quidditch up there with all the other sports, like it should be.

I want to be able to throw a Quidditch party, like people do with football.

OMG THAT WOULD BE SO AWESOMMMEEEE.

How do I make this happen? *sigh.

imflylikequidditch

quidkidconfessions:

you need to get a life to be honest. Not that I’m against community teams per se (like, I can understand if you don’t go to a big university or college so you make a community team comprised of smaller schools in your area) but those community teams with grown adult…

So i’m assumed you’d say the same about people who play any sports after college?

quidditchelitist

quidditchelitist:

So, I wasn’t planning on doing another of these until Monday, but a golden opportunity landed in my lap today with the release and desperate attempt at publicizing an article written by Eric Hansen of Outside magazine. (http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/sports/Quoosiers.html?page=1)

I will reblog the shit out of this..

Sure enough, the announcer shouted “Brooms up!” and the ref started handing out yellow cards—mostly to us. I got one for tackling from behind. Tim earned one for tackling with both hands. Two of our goals and one impressive snitch grab were dismissed for murky reasons. All of these were prompted by whines from the Hopkins co-captain.” - Ah, so it’s the other team’s captain’s fault you guys were penalized for breaking the most obvious and key rules in the game? They should have just let you keep breaking them and put yourselves and others at risk for injury? No. I don’t think so.”

^^

God.