It wasn't that Luna was trying not to laugh at the idea of her and a boy out of the fact that she didn't like boys. Really, Luna liked everyone. Well, rather, she didn't really care much about gender when it came to those sorts of things. The situation though made her chuckle. Gabrielle was asking about a boyfriend, and here she was, with a very boyish appendage at the moment, given to her and only known about by one other girl. It was simply ironic to Luna, and she had always found a good chuckle in ironic occurrences.
"Well, I tend not to attract too many people. I think people around her find me...rather odd, for some reason or the other." Luna said with a shrug and without a bit of care.
As the french girl took her hand and lead her confidently to the door, Luna blushed a little more, and struggled to keep her new addition at bay.
Outside, Luna nodded, gulping quietly and accepting the responsibility as the leader. "I suppose it is up to me to show you around, my father always says to be the best host you can be, no matter the situation."
With that, Luna began to walk towards the lake, steering them inadvertently (or so it seemed, as she didn't consciously think about it) to where the boathouse was.