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A new dating website wants to help Disney lovers find love. ("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.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."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.
Some Disney employees seem to also be active, posting images of themselves in their Disney work uniforms.Kelsey Atwood-Knudson and Kevin Guy met on Mouse and got married.The dating app was founded by Dave Tavres and helps Disney fans find love, friendship or park pals.She rated her Disney nerd level, answered a variety of questions (“Where would you first spend time in the park? Atwood-Knudson, a 27-year-old Washington native who manages her father’s dental practices in multiple locations, and Guy, who grew up 4 miles from Disneyland in Garden Grove, corresponded on the site for about two hours.They traded phone numbers and talked daily before scheduling a date at Ciao Bella, an Italian restaurant that reminded them of the memorable spaghetti scene in “Lady and the Tramp.”The two headed to a beach — sans a magic carpet ride — and watched bunnies nibble on grass while talking all things Disney.They have a new dating website just for Disney lovers called Mouse Mingle!
According to the website, "Mouse is the place to connect people who love Disney and who want that same magic in their relationship. Traditional internet dating sites don't understand the passion people have for all things Disney. You don't need to live near a Disney Park to find someone like you.
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.
However, he had trouble finding women who shared his enthusiasm for Disney."Anaheim is very near several colleges, so there’s a lot of kids who are 18-19 years old," he said. I didn’t find a lot of women in their late 20s early 30s that had an interest in Walt Disney and the history of the park." Tavres, 41, now works as technical program manager for a tech company in California.
Their home bases ranged from Northern California to Lake Mary to United Kingdom.
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.
(Cristina Nicole | Kaemere Photography and Design) Once upon a time, there was a young woman named Kelsey Atwood-Knudson who dreamed of falling in love, fairy-tale style.