16 Jun 2020

butlerrama

Definition


Butlerrama This is a person who is in service to another person who has great ideas, but never gives the credit to the butler. Always taking the credit!

This could also be a Butler, Drivers, Maid or anther service person who give an idea to the person they work for but always takes the glory and the money from the idea

The word is flexible not to be mistaking with heteroflexible but could have the same feel as being stabbed in the back. 

A butlerrama could also be the opposite a butler maid or other service person who steels the idea from their employer and gives it to their competitor for a profit. Normally the kind of money that lets the service person retire at a much helther level then the employer pays. This type of butlerrama is normally caused by the latter. When a project like this is achieved there is normally a Orama after word.

Example use


My business rival planted a butlerrama on my staff, to spy on my future ideas and plays, to steel them.

My new driver had great credentials but in the end he was a butlerrama steeling my new business plan and moved much quicker then I did. I was not aware my new driver was a spy for "my archrival and stole ideas for me for years until I saw the car he drove when he was not driving for me. Can you say Bugatti!!" nedless to say I went Gugatti!

Word came from


Butler + Orama

 
Butler 1 : a manservant having charge of the wines and liquors

 

2the chief male servant of a household who has charge of other employees, receives guests, directs the serving of meals, and performs various personal services

Orama: informal used chiefly in nonce words to denote an event, production, situation, etc., that amounts to or is suggestive of a prolonged or extravagant display or exhibition of a specified kind… this World War II-era suspense romance … makes a great guilty pleasure on video: It's such a goofy schmaltzorama that it gives you a retro high.— Entertainment Weekly

Rama 

a deity or deified hero of later Hinduism worshipped as an avatar of Vishnu
First None use 1819