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Hilary Duff, America's second most famous Hilary, knows this story well.

The “Younger” star is dating her personal trainer, Jason Walsh, and made it irrevocably official via Instagram this weekend.

"If you guys are really fans you wouldn’t be so mean to people that I like." I'm gonna make my Instagram private if you guys don't stop the hate this is getting out of hand, if you guys are really fans you wouldn't be so mean to people that I like A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Bieber made the comment after posting a half dozen photos of himself and Richie in the back seat of a car, possibly to antagonize the fans who were continually posting snake emoji and comments about "Jelena," his couple name with ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, to the images.

Of course, his followers are now speculating that they're dating — and a lot of them aren't too happy about this rumored relationship.

But now that cuffing season is officially over and spring has sprung, it’s a good time to establish some ground rules, and air out some basic do’s and don’ts. If they’re looking to get laid, they put out a thirst trap, out come the dog-filter Snapchats, the subtly sexual ‘mood’ posts and late-night ‘me rn’ selfies. Wait too long and the match loses the initial surprise and energy.

Her and Jason's Insta-PDA likely means Hilary's days of being a self-professed “Tinder animal” are over. There was once a time when you would question your boo for hours if he so much as followed some babe that posted bikini pics, but now you probably follow about 500 randos, half of which are shirtless dudes, and expect every dude to follow some “Instagram models.” But just because Instagram has been around for a few years doesn’t mean we totally understand all the mixed signals that come through your feed. Does your new boo following all your hot friends after you hook up mean he’s a player?We talked to real single dudes about their Instagram habits in attempts to make things more clear.When your crush likes your selfie, you automatically want to assume that it means he’s DTF, but does it really?Some guys claim they like pretty much everyone’s photos, but many admit they’re much more apt to like a pic if it’s a girl that they’re attracted to.