A Sand Castle Butler

July 24, 2015 in Daily Bulletin

It’s The Daily Mail which means it should probably be taken with a grain of salt, but Becky Pemberton wrote about a fairly legitimate looking service to help children build sandcastles:

  • A travel company is offering to dispatch butlers to various locations in Europe in order to design and construct sandcastles.
  • It starts with a brainstorming session to help the patron understand what they want their finished project to look like.
  • Then blueprints are created, and the butler will find a good location with high quality sand to build the castle.
  • The butler will take the lead in building the castle, and, if so inclined, the patron can help as appropriate.

Read more about the service, see some photos of how it works, and get some tips to build sophisticated sand castles here.

Source: The Daily Mail

Via: Marginal Revolution