my bf recently told me that he became a butler for an old time very wealthy man and he likes the term butler but i though that it was supposed to be man servant so im confused anyone know??
i think it depends, i was watching a Korean movie called FROZEN FLOWER and I used the term "Man Servent" to descried the man tending to the king, eg brushing his hair etc. (this was set over 100 yr ago) but a buttler is more modern day term i think. it is used when i man serves the house hold not nessasarly one person, and dose most of the tasks around the home
Just "male domestic worker", but I don't know much. Here in Sweden, male domestic workers were always very, very, rare. Most domestic workers here were always girls.
i said it was set OVER 100 yrs ago lol because i dont know the date so 1300 is OVER 100 yrs ago lol
I personally think butler sounds better, servant sounds a little like a slave to me.
Butler. You won't be hearing anyone say man servant...
-insert "you don't say meme"- haha lol js
I thought the movie was set in 1300's
Well in America it would be "butler"
PC is ruining a lot of things....
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Butler, man servant sounds rude.
SLAVE (none of thee abouve)