Disney dating sites
There is now a dating site where you know everyone you meet will share your interest in the Magic Kingdom.
Tired of struggling to find women who shared his interest, Disney megafan Dave Tavres launched Mouse this week.“I’m not the guy who hits on women at the park,and there’s no flag that says, 'hey I’m single,'” Tavres told .
“I found it hard to find women who were as interested in Disney as I am.”When creating a profile on the site, users can share information about their "Disney nerd level," favorite songs and movies and favorite characters."All the normal sites don't have Disney questions," Tavres explained.
The site, Mouse Mingle.com, was designed to unite people whose love of Walt Disney Co. Aside from the basic dating site questionnaire (name, gender, looking for male/female, interests), the site allows its users to search for partners based on favorite Disney character, favorite Disney song, favorite Disney movies – noticing a pattern here? In an interview with the Orlando Sentinel, site founder and former Disneyland cast member David Tavres said that he created the site because of the difficulty he experienced in meeting women who shared his love for Disney. I didn’t find a lot of women in their late 20s early 30s that had an interest in Walt Disney and the history of the park," Tavres told the Sentinel.
Does your dream date involve sharing a bowl of spaghetti that ends in an accidental kiss?
Can you spell "hakuna matata" without Googling it first?
If so, you may be in luck, in the form of Mouse Mingle.com: the dating site for Disney fans.
So what happens when a Minnie logs on to find her Mickey? Unlike swipe-style apps, Mouse Mingle takes a page out of the Ok Cupid playbook and prompts you to answer an obscenely long questionnaire to pair you with compatible “matches” to whom you can reach out at your own discretion.