Quidditch Hufflepuff T-Shirt
If you are hard-working, determined, tenacious, loyal, honest, genuine, well-rounded, fair and just, open-minded, giving, good-hearted, accepting, compassionate, passionate, practical, patient and dependable then you are a Hufflepuff!
More About Behind Quidditch Hufflepuff T-Shirt
Hufflepuff values hard work, patience, justice, and loyalty. The house mascot is the badger, and canary yellow and black are its colours. The Head of this house is the Herbology teacher Pomona Sprout, and the house ghost is The Fat Friar. According to Rowling, Hufflepuff corresponds roughly to the element of earth. The founder of this house is Helga Hufflepuff. The entrance to the Hufflepuff dormitories and common room entrance is concealed in a pile of large barrels in an alcove in the corridor that holds the kitchen. To enter, one must tap the barrel two from the bottom in the middle of the second row in the rhythm of "Helga Hufflepuff". Unlike any other house, the Hufflepuff common room has a repelling device that douses the illegal entrant in vinegar if the wrong lid is tapped or the rhythm is wrong. The Hufflepuff common room is filled with yellow hangings and fat armchairs and it has little underground tunnels leading to the dormitories, all of which have perfectly round doors, like barrel tops.
T-Shirt & Apparel - Quidditch Hufflepuff T-Shirt
Our tees and hoodies are so awesome that once you put one on you will gain magical powers. Well not really (we're still working on that), however you will feel like a million bucks sporting your unique design that sure didn't cost that. All of our tees and hoodies are screen printed for a long lasting print wash after wash.
- All of our tees are Sweatshop free and 100% cotton
- Made and printed in 'Merica
- Huge range of colors and designs
- Screen printed for a long lasting print
- Pre-shrunk and machine washable
- Sizes for Men, Women, and Kiddies
Washing Info and care
Even though our tees and hoodies are pre-shrunk and machine washable they are still 100% so we recommend you wash them on cold and hang them out to dry like your grandmother use to do. If you don't want to bust out the clothesline dry them on low heat.