He uttered a little laugh, "Well it was a joke aimed to please a party of one," he said. Theo glanced past Ron at the forest ahead and made a small face. "Believe me, I've no intention of going in there. Everything in there is wretched," he said matter of factly. It was dark, dank and earthy none of which appealed to his tastes and then of course the creatures, most of which he could do without entirely. There was no remote chance he was venturing in their voluntarily. "Well I guess I know who to write if I need someone to squire me about then," he said with a small laugh. The idea was ridiculous.
"Walking," he said with an indifferent shrug. He could tell Ron was watching him a little too intently, and that in it's own way was interesting. It wasn't hard for Theo to tell he made the other man unsettled, and he reconciled with the fact that Ron might be brighter than he had assumed or at the least more perceptive. It didn't really bother him much either way. "Probably doing much the same as you, without the flying." He answered.
Theo took the last drag from his smoke and tossed it on the ground, and stepped on it to be sure to put it out. "So," he said in an amused tone, "are you going to just hover there making sure I comply, and we continue posturing for a bit. Or are you going to get off and talk?" He said calmly and plainly.