Now, long story short:
I went out this past weekend with a girl from my college classes, had an amazing time. She's a fun, outgoing, humorous girl who (judging by what she says) likes to explore and get to know different people. She's new to the country but already fitting in quite well. I availed the opportunity and asked her out, and I'm proud to have had a chance at getting to know her.
Problem: Today, I saw her for the first time in class after the date. She was acting very peculiar. She went around and talked to every guy in the class (and girl) and saw their work and spent a considerable amount of time with this one dude beside me and then went back. Ignoring me.
Next class she kicked it up a notch. When I went over, she started acting protective. Always resisting and saying 'That's not funny!' whenever I playfully teased her. Here's the fun part. This other friend of mine who sat right across from me asked her if he could see her work. She got up, went around and sat with him, in front of me, facing him and flirted. Even gave him her cellphone to play with. I couldn't believe. It was actually quite pathetic the way it was happening. Like, "Why are you making it that obvious?" LOL!
Anyway, I ignored. The guy she was talking to was clearly not interested as he left soon after.
I'm intrigued. I know this question gets thrown around a lot but what I want to know is, Is she worth pursuing? I know she's testing me, but how should I respond? I was thinking of sending her a text a little later saying something corny like "Hey you! I like your face, and miss it!" Would that make me seem eager? Or is that manly? So she knows I'm interested. But is she really testing to see if I've got balls? Or she trying to throw me off?
I have other options. I'm going out with another girl this weekend but now that this one is playing hard to get, I can't seem to get my mind off her and the same flirting-jealousy scenario keeps playing in my head.