"Mysterious as ever I see. Should be fun to see your hidden talents for myself." Kokichi commented, opening up the bottle that the owner had told him about. Apparently it was foreign. REALLY foreign. So foreign that Kokichi couldn't even remember the name of the place the owner had told him it was from. He wondered how foreign the two women in front of him were, now that he thought about it. Perhaps if he was lucky enough he'd get to know them a bit better. Pouring a drink for both him and Sabrina, Kokichi lifted his shot glass. "Here we go." He said, lifting up the small glass, giving Sabrina a moment to do the same. He than quickly drank it in one swift motion, the strength of the liquor springing his eyes open. This was REALLY strong. Did people from that foreign land actually drink so? Kokichi blinked, looking towards the bottle, letting out a sound from his mouth that further indicated that it hit him pretty hard. "Goddamn..."
Regaining his composure as the drink still burnt a little in his throat, Kokichi decided to pour another one, deeming that it would probably take more than just one glass to get Sabrina to really open up. If Sabrina's glass was available he'd pour another one into her's as well. "Well, at least something this strong has at least the tiniest chance to put a tiny little dent in your defenses." Kokichi said, realizing what he just said sounded pretty refined. "Huh, maybe all of those elementary school poetry classes are paying off..." He commented to himself, him being rather impressed at such a relatively simple and honestly not all that great of a line appearing more adorable than anything else. Kokichi held the glass in his hands, looking towards Sabrina, his eyes focused on her. "That being said, it might end up being the other way around. Not that my defenses were particularly strong to begin with." He wondered just what Sabrina would do if she managed to hold her liquor much better than he did. Was she interested in learning more about Kokichi? Was she totally indifferent to him? Would she take the opportunity to rob the bar? It was hard to say, but Kokichi found himself not worrying about it too much.
Either way, Kokichi figured it was best to get some discussion going - there were things he was hoping to ask, details he wanted to know about the sisters. He'd pour Sabrina and him another drink should she request it, of course. "So, who's the big sister?" Kokichi asked. It was something he had been wondering for a fair bit now. "I can never seem to figure it out. You definitely act older, but Celeste looks a bit more..." Kokichi's eyes wandered over to Celeste. There was definitely a very clear reason he thought Celeste looked older, one that was probably fairly obvious. Kokichi knew Sabrina was very perceptive so he didn't even bother trying to deny anything, instead just opting to continue talking while directing his attention back to Sabrina. "All in all though, my bet's on you. So what's the answer?"