Oh her reaction was priceless and Amycus was greatly enjoying it. It was always so much fun riling anyone up and riling up his pet and his pet's friends was always the best. All of them were so full of themselves and their abilities. They always thought that they could find him and give him the punishment they thought he deserved. The only problem was that Amycus was good at avoiding such things and hiding. If he wasn't then he would have been caught years ago, but so far he'd survived on from two wars.
"Now, now. I'm trying to do something nice. I'm sure you want to hear some of the things your friends have said!" Amycus called out, finding the entry he was looking for and letting his eyes scan over the multitude of comments he'd received. Which one to share first? They were all so lovely!
"Your dearest little friend, Johnson, says she's going to kill me one day. She's determined I've got you just because I said blondes were more fun then gingers. I'm thinking that perhaps she just feels left out because I haven't mentioned brunettes." He wondered if he could rile her up again. "And of course then there is one of those Weasley twins. He offered to exchange himself for you. Isn't that sweet? Doesn't that make you feel loved? What do you say, Ali, want to to exchange you for a Weasley? After all there are a ton of them and only one of you."
He, of course, had absolutely no plans on doing such a thing, but he was interested to hear what her reply would be. He was certainly that she'd spit something about leaving her friends alone and the like. She was definitely not the point of trying to bargain like the Weasley had tried. Not that he'd thought the Weasley would hold up his end of it and be alone, but still.