Tavres once worked as an engineer on the Disneyland Railroad, so he has a history with Mickey.
And though he wasn't running around hitting on potential suitors on-site, he said he "found it hard to find women who were as interested in Disney as" himself.
" that he came up with the idea when he realized all the other super specific options that actually exist out there for e-daters. 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," he told the mag.
If you're a fan of Disney, there's now a dating app tailored specifically for singeltons who are, well, into Disney.Just as there are big Disney fans near Disneyland and Disney World, that same single fan-base also lives near Tokyo Disney, Disneyland Paris and other Disney parks.However, there are countless single Disney fans that live in the spaces between Disney parks.The most magical dating app on earth is called Mouse Mingle, which is something you might have to overlook if you find the idea of speed dating a giant mouse creepy.
Mouse Mingle was created by Disney stan Dave Tavres, and like most dating apps relies on a picture and information sharing format to hook up prospective princes and princesses, princes and princes and princesses and princesses (even though the Disney universe isn't exactly mardi gras, the app is much more inclusive of the LGBTQ community).Jokes about the furry community aside, Disney fans are generally pretty rabid stans.