Her attention was drawn to the brunette repeatedly and she didn't like it. She lacked manners, grace and appeared to be uncouth. It was hardly the sort of person Tanya wanted to associate with on a social level. Perhaps, though, she could find uses for her in other areas. Now, her name. Had she given her name before? Tanya couldn't remember, but now planned to etch it into memory as a person of possible interest.
As for the other one, her neighbor, she spared her a slight smile. She made an ideal neighbor. Quiet, left Tanya alone, but offered to be of assistance should it be needed. Whether or not all of that was merely superficial remained to be seen.
"Some party indeed," she replied with a casual shrug. Honestly, if people didn't show up it was no skin off of her back. It would be mildly irritating to have to go about socializing to get what she wanted, but it spared her having all those strangers in her personal space.
Couch. Lily was talking about a couch. She tilted her head slightly and narrowed her eyes slightly, focusing on the red head for a moment. The idea of a couch that was used by sweaty, gross people was a little sickening to her stomach. Who knew how many unclean people had ground their dirt and germs into the fabric.
"Perhaps I'll take a look," she said noncommittally. It was highly doubtful she actually would.