Not exactly relevant to quidditch, but while updating my resume I realized that I currently am holding 4 different jobs.
1. Midwest Correspondent at USQ
2. Intramural Supervisor and Soccer Official at OSU RecSports
3. Caddie at Inverness Country Club (where I’ve been for 9 freaking years)
4. Volunteer Coordinator/Office Intern at Cedar Creek Church
This comes on top of my responsibilities as a co-captain and occasional work in the tennis program at the country club my parents belong to. Oh and being a student and such.
When the hell did I become a responsible adult and what do I do now
First rule of quidditch: never read the comments on a news article about quidditch.
I have a dream
I have a dream, that one day the Quidditch tumblr tag will have more muggle Quidditch posts than Harry Potter fandom posts.
My friends, I have a dream.
I would probably be into sports if Quidditch actually existed.
my absolute favorite thing about Quidditch is that there aren’t separate teams for men and women. If you’re a skilled player then you’re on the team and that’s the end of that.
Things you should know: real-life quidditch does the exact same thing
Currently working on a Midwest season preview article with some other USQ writers. It’s mainly focusing on team-by-team analysis currently but you may see something like this in the completed article.
It also won’t be out for at least a few weeks so don’t get antsy about it.
You also don’t want me to answer this question because I’m in a sassy mood today and my answer will be “30 OSU players lololol”
Over-rated? Probably you.
Here’s the thing: when people ask about over-rated quidditch players, they’re usually asking “why does this person get so much mention on the USQ website/Eighth Man?”
I write for the USQ website so… If I write about them, that means I think they are perfectly rated wherever they are.