Here is the situation. You see someone in your class that you like, you make a move, and they say one of the following; "I have a boy/girlfriend.", "I'm not ready for a relationship", or "let's see how it goes". You hold back a few weeks to avoid looking desperate, yet maintain conversations, and continue to hang out. However, during those few weeks, newbie walks in, makes a move, and your crush goes for it. You kindly confront them, and they say something along the lines of "I was tired of waiting." or, I love this one, "Why didn't you make a move when I was available?". Double standards, rebound, or clueless?
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This happens. Homegirl lied to you in order to spare your feelings ( but really not to make her look like a bad guy for rejecting a potentially good guy). She may think that you couldn't handle the truth aka patronizing you.
If the right guy/girl comes around NOTHING will stop people from allowing something to happen. I'm sure that if Ryan Gosling or Ian Somerholder came to a girl at her worst and asked her out I know many who would say yes and work things out desppite their prior problems.
Your girl was single and available, just not for you. When you confronted her she had to continue her lies/story0