It’s the middle of the year 2021 and we’re still asking ourselves what to do with our lives. Some people managed to get back to their work routines with weekends and vacations, while others still struggle to re-invent their whole life rhythm, trying to find something new and interesting to do in their spare time. So, how about trying a new hobby? And we aren’t talking about something mundane like knitting and suing – instead, you could try one of those weird and unusual pastimes that will make your head spin. Here are some of the most unusual hobbies in the world.

Quidditch

Any Harry Potter fan knows what quidditch is and even if you’ve never read the books you must have watched at least one movie to know that it involves riding on magic broomsticks, catching balls, and lots of pushing and pulling, just like in any other sport. Well, it turns out that quidditch is not just a fictional game – some fans came together and started playing it in real life! Well, without the flying part, of course, but many universities followed and now real time quidditch is a thing. Kind of.

Mooing

Yes, you’ve read that right. There’s a whole hobby dedicated to mooing or, in other words, replicating the sound a cow makes as close to the original as possible. If this hobby seems too fantastic or pointless to you, then you’ll be even more surprised to find out that there exist competitions in mooing! So, if you like cows, you can give this hobby a try.

Toy Voyaging

Did you know that some toys travel more than most people? Yes, even in the times when most countries are still closed for tourism. There are still lots of places to explore even inside your own country and many people travel as much as they can. But instead of describing their own adventures they take their toys on magical tours and wonderful vacations. They even run blogs and journals dedicated to their toys’ adventures! It’s quite a big movement and sometimes toys visit each other to make even more fun content. It’s kind of weird, but also cute at the same time.