They are both insects with wings, but they are very different in most things. Moths are attracted to dark places, whereas butterflies like the sun etc. They have different diets and are made to do different things.
ok i don't want to start a discussion with you...you can easily look it up and see that there isn't a technical difference, as there are moths with characteristics of butterflies and the way round, the order group is the same (lepidoptera) and there are no other subdivisions (superfamilies) for butterflies and moth. I don't want to sound rude or arrogant but I am really interested in that kind of stuff and read a tone of books and info on the subject. Scientists can not define borders that are not blurred between the two groups so officially dividing the groups is scientifically not accepted. In fact the facts you listed are not valid at all as there are butterflies which only fly at night and moth that fly at daytime. Some butterflies don't eat at all, as do some moth....etc ect
There is the fact that most lepidopterans that are considered butterflies lack a frenumlum and most moths do have them....but again as some moths lack them , there can not be a certain rule based on that. I better stop here
They may be in some categories together, however, Moths and Butterflies are different, hence the fact they aren't both called the same thing. 'Moff' is clearly a moth, which is what I commented about in the first place. -_- I'm not going to argue with you about a cartoon character. And it's silly that you think 'Moff' is a butterfly.
I'd pick a Flickerlee. That way, when It's dark and the power is out, or I'm lost in the woods at night (who knows), I'd just pull out my Flickerlee, and rest it on my shoulder. That way, I'd be able to see and have a bit of company.
I can't choose.... Moff looks like the awesome best friend every children dreams of, and Flickerlee is cool and cute and I would love to have her in my hand like a little pet or something I don't know which one to chose