It seems that this short man was much more.. smarter than his small head seemed to be able to hold. It was surprising for the demon in a sense. Humans were such fascinating creatures, and this was why he enjoyed working with his current Lord. It was never a dull day with him and the other servants that worked under him.. Never.
With that in mind, this human in front of him was much older than Ciel, and yet he was much more older. It was strange.. It was as if he had skipped his whole growth process and stayed the same height as a 10 year old boy for all of his puny human life. How pitiful indeed. His words were rather sharp however, which meant that it was to make up for his lack of height right? Being able to speak to someone harshly whilst being that small and intimidate someone must be tough, especially since height comes with the wonders of being intimidating without even saying anything. However, Sebastian simply chuckled at the other’s comment, knowing that he had seem something to say such things to him. He was sharp indeed.
"Oh? I suppose I should take that as a compliment, don’t you agree? However, if I wish to smile, must simply smile. It is something that is accustom to my previous job, and I simply cannot shake such old habits with ease. I hope you understand that."
Sebastian was a sly man indeed – much like a fox in the night – so when the other had stated about his smile, Sebastian was quick-witted enough to come out with a coverup without even having to think about it. It was nice to be such a smart being.
He watched the other sipping away at his coffee that was held by his puny hands, and sighed to himself rather quietly. The disgusting smell of the hot beverage simply irritated the butler, because it was just too strong for the upper-class to be drinking, especially his Lord. Though, if this commoner wanted to drink it then so be it.. It wasn’t as if he was going to be worried if something were to happen to him anyway – he disliked this puny human.
"That is a shame, but if you chose that then I suppose it must happen that way." Inside he was over the moon, but of course he would never show that. He was a professional after all! "I am ready whenever you are, Sir."
He lowered his head a little to show that he was ready – kind of like a bow – and turned in the direction of the door, waiting for this ant to lead him around the school.
What the— what was that look? Was that… pity? The hell would this douchebag be pitying him for? Nothing horrible happened to him that Sebastian had seen. Unless… it was his height that this guy was judging. Feeling a nerve prick at his temples, Levi scowled at the latter, honestly getting quite annoyed that he just couldn’t stop staring at his short stature. Well, it wasn’t like he was short. He was just…. vertically challenged is all.
And that could go for the other man as well. He was just as vertically challenged as he was. After all, it wasn’t like Sebbastian could fit through small spaces now could he?
"What, were you in a Host Club in your previous job?" Levi didn’t know what other job would require etiquette mannerisms as well as grammar, a good looking guy and a smile. A Club Host was the only fitting description for his previous job, right?
"You don’t seem to be genuinely hurt by that," Levi observed, knowing the basic signs of when a person would be downcast. He was a teacher, of course he’d know the basics of a broken man. He sighed, realizing that wow, he didn’t really care that much and headed towards the direction of the door. To finish a job was to start as early as possible he’d just gotten the thumbs up from Sebbastian so why not use it to both their advantage. It wasn’t like the other man liked being with him either, after all.
"Hop to it, long legs, we don’t have all day." Oh, Levi had so much better things to do all day than guide a judgmental guy like him.