hope he's goood *flops and rolls*
Birth Name: Andrew Peter Butrey
Company Name: Butters
D/O/B and Location: August 13th, 1991 in Nashville, TN
Age: twenty-two (22)
Flavour: Butter Pecan
Appearance: Andy is a tall, scrawny fellow with little muscle to him and a long torso. He has dirty-blonde hair, brown eyes, silly ears, and freckles. He also often has small bags under his eyes, though he doesn’t really know why.
Personality: He’s very shy and meek, and he often takes to hiding when he gets scared. Andy is very sweet and friendly, and tries to act so, but most times his nerves get the best of him. He has trouble bringing up the nerve to speak to people (due to social anxiety), even if he does really need help. He can be a bit of a butter fingers at times (heheheh). He’s usually very happy to just be around people, even though it might not always show.
Special: He loves to work with lighting, be it just a lamp in a corner or big ones dangling from the ceiling. Knows a few things about the electrical things. He is also a very good cook~
►Playing with lighting
►Watching people from afar
►Hiding in narrow spaces
►Cooking all sorts of things
►Getting stuck in awkward social situations
►Having no place to hide
►Being around too many people
►His social anxiety
►Making himself seem like a fool
Back-story: As long as he could remember, Andy had always been attached at the hip to his older sister, Audrey. They were born just one year apart from one another, and the two were inseparable. Andrew had always been a shy boy, in part because of how extroverted and bold Audrey had always been. She was constantly speaking for him, and telling him what to do and how to do it. He never really minded it, for he loved to make his sister happy, though there were times it was a little… rough for him. She was a tomboy, ready to go out and play fight and dig for worms, while he was much calmer and prefered safer and cleaner play times. That didn’t stop Audrey from dragging him around the yard, though.
Because of this bossy sister, Andy is used to being stepped all over and pushed around. He has a hard time saying no, even when he really wants to, especially to her. As they grew and both had become adults, Audrey had finally decided it was time she went off on her own, away from her brother, so that he would “stop babying” her. First, she made sure he was well equipped, and just sent him off to find a job and a new life for himself. She had drug him up north, to New York, for a summer trip, and left him up there to head across the country to California. The boy is still adjusting to this new individuality, and may end up psychologically clinging to the first person he gets comfortable with.
►He still wears one of the scarves/bandanas that Audrey had given him to wear when they were younger.
►He’s got a soft Tennessee accent, although he tries to be careful with it, it slips out most of the time
►He always talks quietly, which can be frustrating and make him hard to understand