Tanya held her tongue at Charlie's remark about the chairs. She wasn't sure if it was because she didn't feel the need to respond to such a question, or if it was because she was appalled by her speaking with her mouth full. Watching her eat was almost fascinating. Rather horrifying, but fascinating. At least she could be sure that it was being appreciated.
Then the door opened to reveal another brunette. That feeling of recognition was present at the back of her mind, but it was dwarfed by her feeling of disdain. Walking in without waiting to be welcomed, crass remarks, lack of etiquette. What was with the brunettes in this building? Tanya eyed her sniffed and folded her arms in front of her.
"As she indicated, I'm Tanya. Toli, did you say?" She refrained from offering her hand for a handshake or offering a nice to meet you. It would be a lie if she did. It was hardly nice. Perhaps she would redeem herself as the night went on.
She doubted it.
Lily, so far, was the only person in this place that knew how to behave in public. She was beginning to be very grateful for her neighbor now that she had seen the alternatives. She'd have to express her appreciation once this was all over. Till then, she decided she would maintain a position by the red head. She appeared to be the only bastion of class here.