And while you don’t have to answer the questions to start matching, you do have to account for the usual basics, including your age, what you’re looking for, and some less usual information... as my profile picture, but I realized that if I was going to score a date, I’d have to keep it real.
So I went through some of my suggested matches’ pics to see what played well with Disney fans.
Created by self-proclaimed “software geek” Dave Tavres, Mouse caters to people who are looking for their Prince or Princess Charming.
hese days,” Tavres said, according to Los Angeles Magazine.
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.
So despite its off-beat theme, Mouse Mingle functions a lot more like a traditional dating site.
Almost inevitably, every guy had one or, more often than not, multiple pictures at a theme park.
“I’m not the guy who hits on women at the Anaheim, California, park, and there’s no flag that says, ‘hey I’m single,'” Tavres, a former engineer on the Disneyland Railroad, confessed.
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.
“There’s a dating site for pot lovers and JDate for Jewish people.
The first time I saw Farmers Only I thought it was a ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch.” Similar to regular dating sites, users are asked to check boxes asking about their favorite Disney songs, Disney shopping habits, and “Disney nerd level” in the hopes of finding a perfect match.