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Good news Disney fanatics: there’s now a dating site just for you

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Long gone are the days when you had to post a personal ad in the love letters section of a newspaper to try a seek out a partner with similar interests to you, waiting weeks for a possible reply.

Now all thanks to the world wide web, you can find someone with exactly the same niche fantasies and interests as you at the mere click of a button. Yes we’re talking about uniformdating.com, zombiepassions.com and veggieromance.com

And now there's a new dating site on the scene targeted towards those who share a very specific appetite. MouseMingle.com is the new hub for Disney fanatics, where they can meet like-minded people, and hopefully find a happily ever after of their own.

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Mouse Mingle defines itself as: "The place to connect people who love Disney and who want that same magic in their relationship."

Creator Dave Tavres – naturally a fan of all things Mickey Mouse related – spoke to Mashable about how he came up with the idea for the niche dating site.

"As usual with my friends, they asked about my dating status and why I wasn't trying the online dating sites.

"I told them I had tried them, but there was no way to narrow down the searches to find women in the right distance and age range who loved Disney. That was the inception moment."

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And in theme with the site, the profile settings reflect users Disney passions, with options to list your favourite Disney song and rate your level of 'Disney nerd'.

"My hope is that people literally around the world will find the site useful," Tavres said.

"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. Those people often have a greater passion for Disney, as they don't get to visit as often."

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