Disney fans dating
Those people often have a greater passion for Disney, as they don’t get to visit as often,” the Mouse Mingle creator adds. He regretted that its existing dating sites is not possible to limit the search to women who are fond of Disney.Mouse Mingle, as its website describes, is "dedicated to Disney fans” because "traditional Internet dating sites don't understand the passion people have for all things Disney.
If you're a hardcore Disney fan looking for someone on your level of obsession, there's a dating site dedicated to you.
Mouse Mingle is a dedicated space that lets worldwide singles bond over their love of the sprawling 92-year-old franchise.
The website was set up by lifelong Disney fan Dave Tavres, who was inspired to create Mouse Mingle after a 2011 trip to Disneyland with friends.
In contrast to Ok Cupid's "pets" section, which lets users select "has dogs" and/or "has cats," Mouse Mingle asks "What type of pet person are you?
" and presents options like "I'm a Cheshire Cat person," "I'm a Pluto person," and "I'm a Thumper person."The site also inquires into your nerd level, favorite Marvel franchises, and annual passes (perhaps the equivalent of annual salaries on Ok Cupid profiles? And in addition to friendship, marriage, and dating, you can indicate you're looking for a "park pal."Mouse Mingle's interface is even Disney-themed: There's a photo of the Disney Castle on the home page, and your mouse pointer becomes Mickey Mouse's hand when you scroll over the top navigation bar.