Plan Your Meals And We’ll Reveal Your Quidditch Position!


Quidditch, that beautiful game we were first introduced to in the first Harry Potter book. We all fell in love with how fun and competitive it is, and most of all, I know some of you fancied themselves being a Quidditch star! (I know I did).

So if you have ever wondered “What’s my Quidditch position?” I believe this quiz will help you. All you gotta do is pick your favorite food/drinks throughout the day, and our awesome algorithms will reveal your Quidditch position!

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  1. 1 Good morning! Let's choose a breakfast

    1. Coffee
    2. Burrito
    3. Cereal
    4. Eggs Benedict
  2. 2 Need more for breakfast?

    1. Crepes
    2. Waffles
    3. Pancakes
    4. No thanks.
  3. 3 Time for lunch..

    1. Lasagne
    2. Pizza
    3. Salade
    4. Omelet
  4. 4 Now how about a snack?

    1. Potato Chips
    2. Chocolate Chookies
    3. Fruit Bowl
    4. Donuts
    5. No thanks.
  5. 5 Time for dinner!

    1. Just wine
    2. Whatever is left
    3. Chicken and veggies
    4. Burger
    5. Fruit bowl
  6. 6 Let's not forget some after dinner desert..

    1. Beer
    2. Fruit juice
    3. Cake
    4. Ice Cream
    5. No thanks.

Plan Your Meals And We'll Reveal Your Quidditch Position!

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    Chaser

    Chasers are generally considered the most exhilarating to watch by spectators during a Quidditch game!

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    Seeker

    Seekers are generally the smallest and lightest players on a team, and there is a certain glamour attached to playing as a Seeker.

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    Beater

    Beaters need to be well built, having considerable physical strength in their arms since they are charged with hitting the Bludgers throughout the whole match.

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    Keeper

    Keepers are typically well-built and athletic players who usually stick close to the goalposts where they can deploy their defensive skills to their fullest capacity.

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