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For starters, you can become a bit obsessive checking that person’s Facebook constantly and, because you still don’t know them very well, misinterpret things or get unnecessarily jealous — like how are you supposed to know that the woman the person you're dating is hugging in that latest photo is their sister?

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Facebook's developers conference, F8, is currently underway, and one of the latest bits of info to drop is that the company intends to expand its dating feature, the logically-named “Facebook Dating”.

If you've never heard of it, don't be too surprised.

I mean, is this new person really going to understand all your private jokes that your other Facebook friends already know comes with the territory of knowing you? So when should you make the jump from having something IRL to having something online? According to the survey, 42 percent of respondents either friended their date or followed them on some other social media platform immediately after the first date.

As in, probably just seconds after saying goodbye and parting ways.

Social media has changed not just the way we communicate, but interact with each other.

Facebook, in particular, gives a glimpse into who we are, what we like, and how we respond in moments of crises.

Of those who waited at least a month or more before they took their relationship to the social media by being friends or following each other, 48 percent of them — yes, that would be very, very close to half — ended up in a relationship that was longer than a year.

Twenty-four percent found themselves in relationships that were six to 12 months, and only 18 percent of these extremely patient people ended up in relationships that were less than one month...

Whats Your Price, which is pretty much a dating auction where members to bid and pay for first dates with other users, surveyed over 14,000 of their members to see if the length and success of their last relationship was somehow correlated to how soon they friended the person they were dating on Facebook.

What it found was that 42 percent of respondents who had immediately friended someone after a first date, ended up dating that person for less than a month.

According to the findings, 34 percent of those who friended someone before a first date, managed to have a relationship that lasted one to six months in length.

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