Penelope folded her arms on the bar top and watched the bartender prepare the drinks while she considered her answer to Percy's question. "Only if you promise not to laugh at me," she knew that wasn't a promise he could keep because she had heard previously that her faces were priceless.
There were definitely things he didn't know about her, just as she was sure there were several things about him that she didn't know. But the question made her frown ever so slightly, "I don't think I've changed very much in the last few years." At least not in any way that matters, she added silently to herself.
A few moments later and the shots were in front of them. "One thing I have learned is to not smell it before I try to drink it or to let it linger too long in my throat." Probably not news to him, but Penny actually had to learn those things since she didn't regularly go around asking for advice about how to take a shot.