Italian silent film diva Lyda Borelli with a feline friend in Rapsodia Satanica (1917)
i gotta stop just having sweets for breakfast
mates coming round but my room STILL smells like stale cat and as its raining i don’t really want to open the windows ya know
summer break life is hard
o-bunai-o asked: What's with the butterflies?
Do you mean the one Rudy was working on? And why people were excited to see it?
There are two reasons, one is Fringe and one is Blade Runner.
In Fringe, the Monarch butterfly was used as one of the glyphs that appeared at the start of each commercial break to signify a letter. All together these letters would spell a word relating to the episode. The Butterfly could be an O or P depending on where a little ball of light was in the glyph. Also butterflies were used in the show as well. Especially in the episode The Dreamscape where a swarm of them killed a man and Olivia discovered the word Monarch in a diary and nearby a display case of dead butterflies, whose wings started to flutter when she was looking, providing clues to her past.
The Blade Runner homage is that the only animals in the Blade Runner future on earth are those created as android versions. The humans have killed all the animals on earth. Rudy’s character is very similar to JF Sebastion in Blade Runner who made android toys in his spare time to create friends.
The butterfly excites fans of both Fringe and Blade Runner.