On some level, Tavres seems to think the site may help him with the bare necessities of finding a woman: The former Disney Railroad engineer admitted he had trouble getting dates."I'm not the guy who hits on women at the park, and there's no flag that says, 'Hey I’m single,'" he said.Opening up a whole new world of romantic possibilities…It's a small world after all, but not every Disney fanatic finds it easy to pair up with the Mickey or Minnie of his or her dreams.This is where cheesy new dating site Mouse Mingle comes in, to make all your wishes come true.
The first time I saw Farmers Only I thought it was a 'Saturday Night Live' sketch." RELATED: Adorable boy cries over Disney trip in You Tube video On some levels, the application form is like all other sites in wanting to know your basic appearance, age, location and religious affiliation, if any.If your undying passion for Disney movies has been the real obstacle to finding true love, a new dating site may be just what you need.Mouse Mingle, which launched earlier this week, touts itself as “the place to connect people who love Disney and who want that same magic in their relationship."The site is the brainchild of Dave Tavres, a longtime Disney fan and former Disneyland engineer.Fans should note that while the site does incorporate "Star Wars" as a filter, "Princess Leia" is not listed under favorite princesses.Applying is free, but in order to see matches you'll have to pony up .55 per month.