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[[File:HeadlessBowling.png|thumb|[[Harry Potter]] playing some Headless Bowling.]]
 
[[File:HeadlessBowling.png|thumb|[[Harry Potter]] playing some Headless Bowling.]]
'''Headless Bowling''' is a game played by the [[Headless Hunt]]. According to [[Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington]], it is tradition to play a few matches of Headless Bowling during a [[Deathday Party]].<ref name="COSg">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)]]'' - GBC version</ref> It is a variation of normal bowling; the only difference is that the player bowls using a ghost's head rather than a bowling ball.<ref name="COSg"/>
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'''Headless Bowling''' is a game played by the [[Headless Hunt]]. According to [[Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington]], it is tradition to play a few matches of Headless Bowling during a [[Deathday Party]].<ref name="COSg">''[[Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)]]'' - GBC version</ref> It is a variation of normal bowling; the only difference is that the player bowls using a [[ghost]]'s head rather than a bowling ball.<ref name="COSg"/>
   
 
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Sir Patrick: "So, Harry me lad, care for a little headless bowling?"
Harry: "I'm not sure. What is it?"
Sir Patrick: "Just take your head off... not yours, we'll find one for you to borrow... roll it down the alley, and knock over the pins."
Sir Patrick Delaney-Podmore and Harry Potter during Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington's five-hundredth Deathday Party[src]
HeadlessBowling

Harry Potter playing some Headless Bowling.

Headless Bowling is a game played by the Headless Hunt. According to Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington, it is tradition to play a few matches of Headless Bowling during a Deathday Party.[1] It is a variation of normal bowling; the only difference is that the player bowls using a ghost's head rather than a bowling ball.[1]

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