Took the condolence easily enough, appreciating the offer to stick around and lurk about the kind of place he'd spent so many years living in. Not the exact same of course, between time and difference in who the performers were, but more than close enough. Though the memory of grief was easy enough to shake off, past hurt felt in the moment and left to be swept away by the present. "Appreciate that. It's different enough to be more comfort than melancholy. Time 'elps that too." Processed emotions instead of festered hurt.
Helped the grin and ease resurface so quickly and genuinely. Back to the normal animated expressions and ease. As easy around the other man as if Felix had known him much longer than the scant time it actually was. The lack of knowledge bridged through something held dear to him - years of performing and travelling. Knew intimately well how easy it was for the very people who applauded and cheered to begin spewing vitriol the moment he tried to be more than entertainment. It didn't change his easy demeanour, just offered a sense of camaraderie that made it slip out so much easier.
Just wait, the bad puns and jokes were only waiting for a wonderfully cheesy moment to come out too.
Nodded, hair bouncing as he did so. "Things look different when you don't 'ave roots anywhere." Serious only for a moment. An understanding born of intimate experience, of years with nothing to be rooted to other than the people around him. Making places blur together into the background until something odd popped out. Now though, now the place was something distinct and comforting. "It's weird now I've turned into a regular customer some places." He grinned, "That changes perspective too."
The grin that stretched his lips was all mischief and trouble, quickly following Trinity with a little extra in his step. "Ah, who doesn't love a rebel eh?" Voice half a laugh as he spoke. Getting out before it was noticed that there were still things to be cleaned and taken care of was just on the edge of a challenge. Felix had always been a sucker for those. The prospect of a challenge and the adrenaline buzzing just under his skin. Light on his feet as they dipped through the crowd, weaving about the milling people with practiced eased.
Even if this wasn't really a difficult thing to accomplish in the grand scheme of challenges. "Yeah well, my car doesn't exactly flip quite so easily so you aren't missing out on the thrill of driving." The quip flowing out easily even as Felix caught sight of Trinity's dimples. Oh those were adorable. The shifter wondered if they'd make another appearance from a horrible horrible pun.
With the keys out of his pocket, Felix would click the small remote as they approached his exceedingly nondescript SUV. "Smooth sailing from 'ere, doesn't sound like we 'ave anyone flipping over your disappearing act." He winked as they got into the car. Pulling out of the parking lot and back on to the streets was easy, familiar motions as the shifter mapped out the path that would be the quickest way to the park. "Luckily for us, at this 'our there won't be a ton of people around the place. Except maybe some fae shedding their glamour, but they're easy enough to keep from." He offered easily, figuring it might be easier without hoards of people milling about.
The drive was over quick enough, Felix giving out a victorious whoop at being able to park close and not have to drive around finding a spot. It was a real victory okay? Sliding out of the vehicle he offered a grand gesture, "I present to ya, Golden Gate Park."