Complete measurement status prop. Arduous foam prop with 360 stage view with a shivering, shaking, quivering, We all know about butlers – and why wouldn’t we, Bruce, eh? Growing up watching Batman and the faithful British Butler Alfred; or growing up watching Richie Rich being aided around by his faithful butler Cadbury, one gets around the general idea that a) butlers are mostly British and b) they’re nice guys. They help you out. They have great manners. But a scary butler – no one ever heard of such! And that is precisely what makes the idea of a scary butler as your Halloween Decorations so amusing, so interesting and so exceptional.
Imagine throwing a great Halloween party for your friends and families and colleagues, set the house around nicely, no obvious spooks, no apparent jump scares. And imagine a nice British butler standing outside your gate, or in the garden, as if he were waiting for the guests to show. Now, this makes a very pretty picture indeed until your guests set their eyes fair and square upon the face of this butler and realize that he is not really all that nice, or all that well-mannered, or all that well-spoken. Instead, this butler is as cantankerous as good old Ebenezer Scrooge, as grouchy as Ebenezer Balfour of Shaws, and as peevish as strange old Miss Havisham. Oh, that doesn’t make for a very nice picture at all. A scary butler for your Halloween Decorations – ever think of that? If not, then you need to up your Halloween Decorations right away!
Instead of a genteel British butler your guests will have to face the stone wrath of this scary butler and that should be extremely fun to witness. Especially the fact that your friends will probably take him for a real butler and will be forced to stop short when they realize that the grumpiness isn’t just apparent, it’s inherent – because this scary butler is just part of your Halloween Decorations! Go ahead then, and order such a creepy masterpiece of buffoonery as soon as you can – because we know you love it when you prank the hell out of your friends. And when they fall for the joke, you can jestingly comment, “Bah, humbug!” and make it all the more relevant!