"I don't know the people here, so I can't really say if they would, but I've had my fill of prophecies, so I can promise you that I won't bother you. Besides, prophecies are always rather vague and end up causing more problems than anything else. If they came with certainties and disclaimers than I'd be more willing to ask." There were two families hiding out and he was so sure that it was Harry, but this Harry was not a child, so he survived.
Peter laughed despite the situation. "That's very modern of you, although one would argue that in the end it's always the women who choose, even when the men do the asking." Women certainly didn't choose him and he'd stopped asking. James might have wanted Lily, but it only worked out when Lily chose him. "May I ask what time it is? I don't know if I should talk to people tonight or-" At worst, he got a good night of sleep. Hogwarts was warmer than his flat and didn't smell. He could wake up early, confirm her story and if she was lying, he could go to work. He really didn't think she was lying, though. "It's strange how easily I believe you."