She keeps bringing up the topic of her boyfriend...,,,
and then tells me " shut up, ur jealous of my boyfriend "...,,,,
"man, i guess ur jealous of my boyfriend",,,,,...
do girls do this?,,,,
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Both the comments you already got sounds about right.
Some girls who are in a relationship, they may not be able to get out of it. Maybe because they're afraid of hurting the guy, which will anyhow happen. But because they don't want to be guilty of "cheating" they ease themselves out by informing their new crush that they have a boyfriend. And what @Roostah said, it's right. It makes the girl give herself an excuse to be indulgent.
It's a challenge and also a fun-play for her when a guy is head over heels after her. She loves the tension, she loves the temptation. It's exciting to do things you "shouldn't" be doing. She's letting her desires escape her. She's becoming greedy. She loves to see the reaction you give to her. It feeds her. It makes her proud that she is desired by you, that you can go nuts for her. It makes her feel confident she can attract guys.
I don't know what history she has. You can call her immature, cos she's focused only on herself. She doesn't appear worried about your feelings or her bf's feelings.
You gotta ask yourself this: If she's playing around, what are the chances that she won't do the same with some other guy when you hook up with her?
She's a landmine.
People who are in love with other people won't go chasing around others, let alone stalk, without feeling uncomfortable with themselves. She seems very comfortable. So if she DOES have a boyfriend, she's either moved on from him already without letting him know, or if she's faking it, (which I don't get the point of, unless she is THAT immature to think that saying she has a boyfriend makes her more attractive and will make you crave for her more) then.. what else can I say?
You'll be always goin back and forth between her. It's not gonna be nice. Give her the cold shoulder for a month. You shouldn't act like you're concerned with her. The moment she gets some caring response from you, she'll get all jumpy and stalky again. She how she reacts.1