[Read: 10 reasons why saying ‘I love you’ too soon just sucks! You can’t possibly expect to agree with everything he/she posts. Don’t be one of those annoying people who insist on leaving a not-so-insightful comment for the sake of leaving a comment.

There will be some things you won’t agree with, and they can be evident in his/her Facebook posts. And don’t go even further overboard by sounding like an overly attached clingy girlfriend! [Read: 13 clingy girlfriend signs and easy ways to avoid it! You’re still at that stage where you’re getting to know each other.

[Read: 13 relationship mistakes new couples make all the time] #7 DO read through their posts.

Are you sure you want to trust this new person with private photos of you?

And even if you do trust your new “boyfriend” or “girlfriend”, wouldn’t it be better if their first glimpse of your body is in person?

Also, if your date mentioned someone during your date, you may find these people in the comments section and you can finally put a face to the name.

#8 DON’T stalk all the other people who interact with your date.

[Read: 18 signs your date really likes you on your first date] #2 DON’T make a fake account for stalking.

Do you have a paranoid side that makes you think that your date is posting things he/she doesn’t want you to see?Getting to know their online presence would make for great material during your next date too. There’s a huge difference between casually browsing, and checking out each and every post, interaction, like, comment and activity done by your date in the past couple of years.Wouldn’t it be better to hear your date’s story in person than just deducing every minor detail from Facebook posts?Facebook is for social networking after all, so you might as well get the best out of the system and have a gander at what they’ve been up to.Who knows, you might find that their online profile speaks volumes more than their real-life presence.[Read: 36 random funny questions for flirty guys and girls] #10 DON’T leave nudie pictures.