Take the person aside when you are calm (don't do this while you're angry, and don't do it in front of others) and tell them that you and your friends need some privacy. Unless they're completely oblivious, they should get the idea. But be kind (not just nice, but genuinely kind from the heart -- try to put yourself in their shoes). This person obviously likes your company and wants to hang around with you. They're probably lonely, and if they are as annoying as you say, it must be difficult for him/her to make friends.
Avoid them and you won't have to. If not, then calmly tell them why you can't or don't want to hang with them. And if that doesn't work either. Ignore,ignore,ignore. Make like they're invisible and sooner or later they will get the hint. Good Luck
Malleta. Have all your friends decided this as a group? My point is, you may be the only one who finds her annoying. If this is everyone's problem, have a group discussion about it. Very few people hang around uninvited for long. I wouldn't say anything all by myself. I would use the "protection" of the group to decide who they do or don't want to hang around with. You're off the hook because this isn't your responsibility alone. Good luck.
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Don't ignore her. Seriously I tried but she just kept following us and laughing around. The problem was my best friend got in a fight with her and doesn't like her so I didn't want to hang out with her. I think the best option is just to talk to her calmly. If she gets upset tell her that sometimes people want space. If she still doesn't listen tell her the situation or why you don't want to be with her. Be honest seriously the best way. I know from experience.