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Don’t expect to be Facebook official with anyone until you’ve moved in together. If you’re lucky maybe everyone catches each other’s eye and you’ll get to try out one of those alternative relationships you’ve been hearing so much about.

If it's raining you can always get a little fancy and spend $2.50 on public transit. (Note: this doesn’t apply to dates with more than two people.) Uh oh, you’re falling for someone who works in a suburb office park and usually takes the MAX into the city.

Good thing there’s nothing more romantic than sending ‘em back home with a quick kiss and a half hour ride back to Beaverton! So be prepared to be Lady and the Tramping spaghetti in some 20-seat restaurant when your ex and their new bae walk in.

Jurors also found that the retired dentist committed battery by intentionally engaging in an activity that harmed the woman.

Several jurors said they found the man's behavior reprehensible and that the dental hygienist's suffering was real.

In solidarity, I collected real-life dating stories from our panel of romance experts, as well as the Mercury's Portland Dating Dispatch blog, where anonymous locals stopped being polite and started getting real about seeking relationships and sex in Portland. There's not much hope for us, fellow singles of Portland.

Certainly, many of the shady characters from these tales still roam the Ok Cupid underworld, SO BEWARE! But sometimes, just sometimes, all the trouble is worth it. He showed up wearing house slippers and sweatpants because he'd been 'day drinking to get rid of his hangover.' (It was 10 pm when we met). I'm just embarrassed—and angry that I had already paid for the meal! He was handsome and seemed nice, so we agreed to meet.

The 49-year-old Beaverton divorcee was impressed when she met a 69-year-old Southeast Portland man on the Internet dating website e Harmony. They had a lot in common, including that she was a dental hygienist and he was a retired dentist. After enduring repeated painful outbreaks of the disease and spiraling into clinical depression, she filed a lawsuit.

On the fourth date -- an evening that included hors d'oeuvres, wine and a few puffs of pot -- the two had sex. Last week after a four-day trial, a Multnomah County jury awarded her nearly every dollar she was asking for: $900,000 for her pain and suffering.

It was the first time a case of one person suing another for intentionally transmitting herpes went to trial in Oregon, said the attorneys who tried and researched the case.

Jurors were asked to ponder fundamental questions about dating and sex in today's times: Was the man obligated to tell his date that he had genital herpes before they had unprotected sex?

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