* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Many.
** One of them being a player proposing to the other team's captain after being defeated by her team. She replies by hitting him with her broomstick.
** Some of the {{Obvious Rule Patch}}es are hilarious. For example, you're not allowed to decapitate a Keeper with a broadsword, attempt to murder the referee, or turn a Chaser into a polecat. Yes, Quidditch has ''rules'' against that.
** Then there's the [[GrumpyBear Marsh Witch]]'s diary, which consists entirely of Tuesdays. The book quips that the only[[note]] non-Quidditch related[[/note]] interesting information to be gleaned from it is that she seemed to only know a single day of the week.
** The "Starfish on a Stick" position is described as a wizard hanging from their broomstick by one hand and one foot, splaying all their limbs out to defend as large an area as possible. The author then adds "[[SchmuckBait The 'Starfish Without a Stick' should never be attempted]]."
** In the introduction, Dumbledore shares his advice about not mistreating Madame Pince's library books. He once absentmindedly doodled in a borrowed book, and the book retaliated by beating him on the head.
* FridgeHorror: The infamous Quidditch match of 1492 broke every rule that has ever been written for Quidditch. As the above states, the rules include "no murdering the referee" and "no decapitating a keeper with a broadsword". There is a disturbingly good chance that ''these'' rules were broken.
* ParanoiaFuel: Dumbledore can't guarantee that he's removed ''all'' the anti-vandalism curses on this book, so treating it roughly may result in Madame Pince appearing in your home and demanding a heavy fine.
* TheWoobie: The Chudley Cannons as of late.