The grin remained, showing a clear enjoyment of her attitude. It was something he could respect - someone who was used to people underestimating her, but rather than be downtrodden about the prospect, she continually rose to the challenge. He took a stool one over from the younger woman, his legs spread just a little for comfort. One elbow rested on the counter, his arm reaching up to support his head on his hand.
"All right, what are the signs someone is drunk?" Though he kept the cheerful demeanor on his expression, his eyes subtly narrowed as he watched her face, looking for tell-tale signs of lying, exaggeration, or anything else that might send up a red flag. CASKET was by no means lacking for employees, but if this girl continued to be as much of a fire brand as she was proving to be at the moment, hiring her on for kicks would certainly help to liven his already live-wired club up even more. And if anything, Julian was always looking for ways to shock new life into his beloved club.