Disney dating policy

My answer to all three: "Nope — because we followed the rules." The truth is, office romances are tricky and generally not recommended. " Those are questions I'm frequently asked when I tell people the story of my office romance. A new dating site just rolled out dedicated to helping you find the Minnie to your Mickey Mouse.If Tinder wasn't a wild enough experience, Mouse has your name all over it.If you’ve already found your Prince Charming, you can use Mouse Mingle to find a “Park Pal,” a.k.a. The app is free to download, however, it costs .55 a month to message a potential match.

While this isn't exactly new news, it's another example of just how good Disney is at making all things appear perfect. The website and app describes itself as a “place to connect people who love Disney and who want that same magic in their relationship.” Users are encouraged to include their favorite Disney songs, favorite characters, and level of obsession on their profiles. Mouse Mingle is here for all you Disney aficionados.This is for the people who live in the middle of nowhere or in the Midwest or people who don’t live near a park in the rest of the world, but they still love Disney or something about Disney and they want to connect with other people who love it, too.”Here's how it works: Users can fill out a profile by answering a multiple-choice questionnaire or browse other profiles for free. Mouse "is an unofficial Disney fan site and is in no way part of The Walt Disney Company," according to disclaimers on the site.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.