It's called Mouse Mingle.com, and the website describes it as a "place to connect people who love Disney and who want the same magic in their relationship." The niche site offers matches based on your answers to a variety of Disney-related questions, including your favorite song, shopping habits, and fandom level.
Anyone can peruse profiles, but to contact someone you need to pay a monthly membership fee of .55 (the 55 being an homage to 1955–the year Disneyland opened).
Judging from the '90s-esque interface, it doesn't seem like the technology of the site is terribly advanced, but that doesn't mean it isn't worth a try.
If nothing else, you'll have one thing in common to talk about.
In addition to the usual desired age range, physical qualities and smoking/drinking queries, folks are asked Disney-centric questions. At Disneyland, he worked at the Autopia attraction, as an official tour guide and as an engineer on the park's locomotives.
However, he had trouble finding women who shared his enthusiasm for Disney."Anaheim is very near several colleges, so there’s a lot of kids who are 18-19 years old," he said. 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, 41, now works as technical program manager for a tech company in California.
(and the now defunct Dis Dates.com) also cater to Disney-obsessed singletons, but Tavres believes Mouse is special because it is the only one that has Disney-related questions (presumably to help weed out the posers from the true fans).So it's a whole new world for dating – sign up, meet your perfect match, fall in love and maybe do a duet together accompanied by some singing animals…A new dating site dedicated exclusively to Disney fans launched yesterday.Mouse is dedicated to Disney fans around the world.It’s hard enough to meet people who share your common interests, but for many Disney fans it’s even harder to find someone with the same passion for Disney.