When I was at work last Friday, a friend of mine called me and said she really needed to get out of her house that night. I told her she was welcome to come over once I got home (which wouldn't be for a a few hours later). In the past, I've noticed her to be a little pushy, but I usually ignore that or work around it. She also typically wants things her own way, and CANNOT seem to compromise. Anyways, she seemed a little irritated that I wouldn't be able to arrive home for a while. (it was about 3 p.m. and work is over at 5 p.m. Plus I need about half an hour to get home). Anyways I got home and showered. When I got out the shower, I got a call from a couple-- both are good friends of mine. They know what time I'm usually home from work. They explained they were on their way over with some take-out for us all to enjoy. The girl who'd called me at work fumed when I proceeded to call her and tell her we'd be joined by this couple. She said she didn't want to eat what they were bringing; she was hoping to go to a specific restaurant somewhere else. (Who said *I* wanted to go to that restaurant?). She was already on her way. She said she was angry that they ruined the plan and that I could let them come. She arrived (with the other couple there) and said hi, but that she wouldnt stay. I told her, why don't you get take-out and bring it here? She refused. I even told her to come by later, and she said no. So I ended up spending the evening with the couple (which is fine, I'm very close with them). Now, her boyfriend, who's friends with me and about 9 other people, is distancing himself from our group of friends. Of the group I am the very last to fall victim to this girl's wrath. Should I just ignore it all? I don't even feel like calling her or her bf.