blu girls

alam ko na hinihintay itong tribute ko sa mga girl-hawsmates ng bluhaws. ito na nga…..medyo natagalan lang na kaunti kasi nag-isip pa ng konsepto ang kuya blu.


bakit ba butterfly ang concept ko ngayon? Hayaan nyong ibahagi ko sa inyo ang mga iilang kaalaman na nakalap ko sa tulong ni ate wikipedia.

Matapos basahin ito ay magbuo ng kuro-kuro na sa kung anong kaugnayan meron  ang butterfly sa blu girls phenomenon.

butterfly is an insect of the order Lepidoptera.  Like all Lepidoptera, butterflies are notable for their unusual life cycle with a larval caterpillar stage, an inactive pupal stage, and a spectacular metamorphosis into a familiar and colourful winged adult form. Most species are day-flying so they regularly attract attention. The diverse patterns formed by their brightly coloured wings and their erratic yet graceful flight have made butterfly watching a hobby.


According to the “Butterflies” chapter in Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things, by Lafcadio Hearn, a butterfly is seen as the personification of a person’s soul; whether they be living, dying, or already dead. One Japanese superstition says that if a butterfly enters your guestroom and perches behind the bamboo screen, the person whom you most love is coming to see you. However, large numbers of butterflies are viewed as bad omens. When Taira no Masakado was secretly preparing for his famous revolt, there appeared in Kyoto so vast a swarm of butterflies that the people were frightened — -thinking the apparition to be a portent of coming evil.


The Russian word for “butterfly”, бабочка (bábochka), also means “bow tie“. It is a diminutive of “baba” or “babka” (= “woman, grandmother, cake“), whence also “babushka” = “grandmother“.

The Ancient Greek word for “butterfly” is ψυχή (psȳchē), which primarily means “soul“, “mind“.

According to Mircea Eliade’s Encyclopedia of Religion, some of the Nagas of Manipur trace their ancestry from a butterfly.

Butterfly and Chinese wisteriaflowers, by Xü Xi (c.886–c.975), painted around 970 during the early Song Dynasty.


In Chinese culture two butterflies flying together are a symbol of love. Also a famous Chinese folk story called Butterfly Lovers. The Taoist philosopher Zhuangzi once had a dream of being a butterfly flying without care about humanity, however when he woke up and realized it was just a dream, he thought to himself “Was I before a man who dreamt about being a butterfly, or am I now a butterfly who dreams about being a man?”

In some old cultures, butterflies also symbolize rebirth into a new life after being inside a cocoon for a period of time.


Jose Rizal delivered a speech in 1884 in a banquet and mentioned “the Oriental chrysalis … is about to leave its cocoon” comparing the emergence of a “new Philippines” with that of butterfly metamorphosis. He has also often used the butterfly imagery in his poems and other writings to express the Spanish Colonial Filipinos’ longing for liberty. Much later, in a letter to Ferdinand Blumentritt, Rizal compared his life in exile to a weary butterfly with sun-burnt wings.

Some people say that when a butterfly lands on you it means good luck. However, in Devonshire, people would traditionally rush around to kill the first butterfly of the year that they see, or else face a year of bad luck. Also, in the Philippines, a lingering black butterfly or moth in the house is taken to mean that someone in the family has died or will soon die.

sa mga blu girls naman:

 ano sa palagay mo ang simbolismo na naangkop sa iyong pagkatao ng isang butterfly ayon sa kaalaman ng iba’t-ibang kultura?

Meron ka pa bang ibang kaalaman na maaring maging maipakihulugan ng presensya ng isang butterfly sa iyong buhay?


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41 Responses to blu girls

  1. Jacqueline ay nagsasabing:

    If it you hate it.. why watch? You hate it? then you hate it.. we can’t do anything. It’s you’re opinion but I’m just stating that filipinos do have orignanilty? in their way and I can’t seem to find the reason why you don’t see it. Don’t be another disgrace to our culture. You should be happy in what we’re capable of. All the other teleseryes that aren’t remakes aren’t what you call “originality”? How come? It’s pinoys that WROTE those. I just don’t get it but whatever……. visit to watch pinoy tv shows

  2. joycee ay nagsasabing:

    Wow, i am a certified blu girl, kahit usually late bumasa ng mga posts hehe.

    isa sa mga peborit insects ko yang butterfly, it signifies our freedom to do whatever we want, to fly wherever we want.

    Salamat sa pagmention Kuya Blu! 🙂

  3. IKAY ay nagsasabing:

    tnx kuya blu…^_^

  4. dFish ay nagsasabing:

    Blu, this post, yes this post on blu boys – very informative, organized, and filled with wisdom to nibble. Copy and paste from Coolwaterworks – hanep ka talaga sa detalye, presentation, interactive element, and research. Hi blu girls hahahaha…

  5. jason ay nagsasabing:

    panis!!! ang gaganda ng mga wordpress girls!!!!!

  6. coolwaterworks ay nagsasabing:

    oops… marining = marinig

  7. coolwaterworks ay nagsasabing:

    Kakaiba ka talaga Kuya Blu… Hanep sa research… I hope someday marining kitang magbigay ng lecture or talk… You know what I mean… 😀

    When I was in high school, aside from collecting stamps, my other hobby is collecting butterflies and preserving them. After they dry up, I had them laminated. I usually give them as presents kasi magandang gawing bookmark or key chain…

    Siya, siya, kawawa nga ang mga butterflies kasi pinapatay ko… But I have not done it in excess… 😀 At tumigil na ako noong college na ako… Medyo nahiya na kasi – college student na may bitbit na net para manghuli ng paruparo… hehe…

  8. enjoy ay nagsasabing:

    Wow! Kasali pala ako sa blu girls. Nag-evolve na ko ha. Dati Carmelite girl lang ako (I bet you know them. Sila yung brown ladies ng Catholic church), ngayon blu na. Hehehe! Nakakatuwa yung tribute mo for us. FYI, I’m fond of butterflies too. Actually, kahit saang zoo ako magpunta, una kong hinahanap ang butterfly farm. Feeling ko isa akong butterfly sa past life ko. Free to fly! 😀

    I always see myself as a caterpillar that just left its cocoon to become a beautiful butterfly. Ready to face new ordeals. Sayang nga lang, na ilang oras lang din ang itinatagal ng paru-paro pagtapos niyang makawala sa kanyang cocoon. In life, habang may buhay, may pag-asa.

    OK ‘to Blu. Informative and interesting 🙂

  9. bipolarsisa ay nagsasabing:

    kuya, pagkabasa ko nito, ang daming ideas na pumasok sa isip ko. naalala ko yung paborito kong libro, ang HOPE FOR THE FLOWERS.

    “You can’t become a butterfly until you are willing to stop being a caterpillar.”

    hanggang ngayon, catterpillar pa rin ako, trying hard maging butterfly. hehe.

    thanks kuya blu!

  10. Ax ay nagsasabing:


    iniisip ko ang past life ko. feeling ko di ako butterfly. parang worm ata ako.

  11. hitokirihoshi_kawaii ay nagsasabing:

    hmmm butterfly. thanks po sa informative na tribute kuya blu. hindi ko naisip na pwede akong maging butterfly hehehe. naalala ko tuloy ang isang tao na may butterfly farm.

    anyway, everytime na nakakakita ako ng butterfly ay hindi ko mapaigilan ang mga mapamahiin. lagi akong nakakakita ng either brown or yellow. sabi ni nanay pera daw ang brown – napaisip ako – eh wala ng papel na sampung piso a.

    ang makakita ng black ang omen for me, pero siempre ang pamahiin ay pamahiin. let me share my butterfly story. november 9, 1991. nagse-celebrate ng birthday ang ate ko, biglang nag-brownout. sa kainan kung saan naroon ang aking ina at mga kaibigan ay umikot sa kandilang kanilang sinindihana ng isang langaw at paru-parong itim.

    kinabukasan, napag-alaman namin na patay na si daddy.

  12. azul ay nagsasabing:

    napakanta pa ko sa comment ni jason..kamusta aman kuya pareng blu?haymisyu..matagal tagal din akong di nakadalaw dito wah..

    salamat naman sa tribute mo..

    ang alam ko lang sa paruparo pag hinawakan daw yung wings nila at kinuskos sa mata mo mabubulag ko..ewan kung totoo..ahehe

  13. jason ay nagsasabing:

    wow bagay naman talagang gawing paru paro ang
    mga girls natin i mean girls d2


    ayiyayiyay my little butterfly
    green black and blue are the colors of the sky!

    kung dati caterpillar, naging coocoon,

    ganap na magagandang butterfly na silang lahat!!

    tama ako!?? diba diba

  14. Nortehanon ay nagsasabing:

    Aba, nasa listahan ako ng mga blu gurls hehehe. Maraming salamat sa pag-alala, Kapatid. Butterfly for me is a symbol of hope. It is also a reminder for me of the beauty of God’s creations. Napaka-informative ng post na ito. Marami na naman akong napulot 😉

  15. dhyoy ay nagsasabing:

    aww… butterflies… nakakita kasi ako kanina…
    bihira na ako makakita ng butterfly kaya nghanap agad ako ng pektur na may butterfly… and sabi mo nga coincidence dahil sila pala topic mo today… hmmm…

    maya ko na sagutan yung tanong mo, balik ako 😉

    • blurosebluguy ay nagsasabing:

      ok..balik ka ha…pramis!

      • joyo ay nagsasabing:

        Sabi ni pareng Nathaniel Hawthorne

        Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.

        Kasalukuyan akong tumatawid sa isang napakasukal at napakasalimoot na gubat. Sabi ko kapag nakakita ako ng paro-paro ibig sabihin non malapit na ako. 🙂 Hindi ko inaasahan na makakita ako kanina. May pinapahiwatig. Napangiti na lang ako. 😉

  16. anakngpating ay nagsasabing:

    wow chinese ang nag sabi ibig sabihin talaga isa akong chinita hehe,,
    pinangarap kong maging isang paro-paru na magugustuhan ng mga kalalakihan..isang magandang paru-paro ..huwaaaaw..
    kinikilig ako dito hehe..

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