"Nothin' at all," he repeated, grinning right back down at her. He held her gaze for a few moments, still grinning. It was a damn good thing that nothing at all happened, because he'd honestly not had the slightest clue if it actually would have been okay if something had happened. It was a gamble, and thankfully it seemed like he'd bet right.
She pulled away to scratch at her neck, and he smiled, hands returning to his pockets. "Non," he grinning as he joked, "looks like you can keep your body uncovered for now."
He had to admit that he was a little bit curious to find out what exactly happened when she used her powers, but he wasn't going to press it and ask more. Not then, at least. He blinked hard again, frowning. Something... had to be the air, was irritating the hell out of his contacts, and that was not good. He hummed an affirmative sound at the question,rubbing again for good measure before deciding he'd deal with it later. Besides, she was inviting him back to her place, and while it didn't necessarily mean anything, it sure was more exciting than a little slipping silicone. He grinned at her attempt to make the situation seem less awkward, shaking his head as she turned to face him again.
"Non... like I said, my plans mostly have t' do with listening to family hollering. I can put that off." With a nod, he tugged at the corner of his eye again. "'Sides, my contacts are killing me. It'd be nice to take them out. They don't like this weather."