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MouseMingle is a dating site for Disney lovers

And that's either creepy or cute -- you decide.
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MouseMingle promises a whole new world of online dating -- one that could make you feel like you've got a chance for the first time in forever, since it connects you with fellow die-hard Disney fans. The website was created by Dave Tavres, a former Disneyland Railroad engineer who told Los Angeles Magazine that he's having a tough time finding women who love Disney as much as he does. "Niche dating sites are more common these days," he said. "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."

If you're tired of waiting for your (love) life to begin, you can sign up for free and build a profile that includes your favorite Disney songs, shopping habits and other Disney trivia. You can peek at other users' profiles to see if they also prefer Tangled to Frozen, but you'll have to pay $12.55 a month to be able to invite them to the royal ball send them a message. We'll bet, however, that springing for that monthly fee's a lot more convenient than deliberately consuming poisoned apples or pricking a finger on a cursed spinning wheel just to find a prince/princess charming.

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