1 Muggle Quidditch
I'd rather play all of these other sports in a volcano than play Muggle Quidditch how it's suppose to be played. It absolutely sucks. It's also been scientifically proven that when you hear the words "Muggle Quidditch" together they trigger a negative emotional response ranging from being frustrated to being down right suicidal. This occurred in 90% of their test subjects. Is the story same for you? It is for me.
Muggle Quidditch sucks!
Absolutely the worst.
This is far worse than Extream Ironing
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Last thing you will do moving your body.
Your flesh and bones will dissolve. - Connor360
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It would be awesome to fly around on a broomstick over a volcano while playing a sport!
12 Horseback Riding
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