There is a girl in my college class that has flirted with me off and on in a good way throughout our program. She's not a runway model but one of those fun chicks that has a good sense of humor. One day, I decided to ask her out for breakfast one morning after a test. She agreed and we had a good time. That afternoon, she called and wanted to know if I would like to see a movie with her. I agreed. That evening, we never made it to the movie, but instead rented a movie and watched it with her 13yo son. No problem, there are no fireworks going off in my head. One day we where studying for a test together and I called my best buddy(who she can't stand) to get a clarification on a test item that she was not sure about(I missed that lecture). A couple of hours later, she gets all frustrated and tells me that I need to go. I leave, realizing that I probably pissed her off. I asked her about it and she told me that I am not to talk about him or to him in her presence. CONSTRAINTS ALREADY. A few days pass and she texts me wanting to know whats up. I told her that we both have pretty low tolerance levels, and I was not interested in pursuing the relationship any further. She texts me a few days later begging me to go to her graduation party. I agreed. She wanted to watch a movie a few days later but this time the TV in the living room is messed up and the only one working is the one in the bedroom. The movie was so boring, I fell asleep. She woke me up telling me I had to leave. We had a discussion over a cigarette on the patio. She said in frustration, "We're not on the same page. Isn't this exactly what you want!!" I told her I need to go. A couple of weeks go by. She calls while she is getting drunk with one of our female colleagues and proceeds to tell me that she is open minded and if I like guys that's ok; we can be friends. THIS REALLY CHAPS MY ASS. She is so bent on licking her wounds that she resorts to speculating that to a colleague. She just could not accept the fact that I didn't jump her bones because she was unattractive. She still wants to be friends. Should I or not?