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Games Fictional People Play

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Games Fictional People Play

Games Fictional People Play

Games Fictional People Play

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We get meta in this game about games. The twist is, the games we're talking about are from works of fiction. Think Quidditch, from Harry Potter. Of course, although Quidditch was created by JK Rowling, thanks to nerds, it's now a real sport where you can run around a field with a broomstick between your legs.

Heard in David Cross: Increasingly Poor Decisions

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