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A new dating website wants to help Disney lovers find love.
Mouse has gained "thousands" of user profiles since its debut last week, says David Tavres, the site's founder and a former Disneyland cast member. ("I'm a Thumper person" is the choice for rabbit owners.)To actually mingle with the Mouse fans, you know, make contact with others on the website, requires a monthly subscription price of $12.55.
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This is for the people who live in the middle of nowhere or in the Midwest or people who don’t live near a park in the rest of the world, but they still love Disney or something about Disney and they want to connect with other people who love it, too.”Here's how it works: Users can fill out a profile by answering a multiple-choice questionnaire or browse other profiles for free. Mouse "is an unofficial Disney fan site and is in no way part of The Walt Disney Company," according to disclaimers on the site.
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.
In the first week, the site has received media attention ranging from an Irish radio station to NBC to the lightning round of NPR's "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me" news quiz.
It also got a mention on the "Conan" late-night talk show.“He didn’t say Mouse He talked about a new Disney dating site.
"Disney fans are literally all over the world," Tavres said. "I wanted the number to be low enough that people would not be scared – no barrier to entry. but at the same time I want this to be a service that people take seriously and don’t create a bunch of fake profiles," said Tavres, a self-described "Disney nerd." Tavres says he looked at other dating sites such as e Harmony, Jdate and Farmers Only.