These days we are finding many cases of multiple ids & accusations & denials.
It makes me sad that this forum is being made filthy & politics is being played.
What will you achieve…dimes…karma…
It’s a beautiful sunny day and dimer 1 and dimer 2 decide to celebrate by posting some fantastic deals & looting offers at desidime. As the day progressed, they continued posting some good threads, looting offers & getting FPD suggestions.
As it happened at an hour of noon, dimers noticed someone strange, some miscreant. It looks almost like a old dimer…but not quite. Who could he be? As you inch closer, you realize that it’s a old expert dimer!
After you canvas the old posts to make sure that this is same old dimer, you pick up the old profile and investigate it more closely. You can see the impressions of the previous posts and the manner in which they were posted. You start to WONDER…why do dimers change their id?
The simple answer is that dimers change their old ID because they are just like many other social media enthusiasts. All social media people change/hid their identity! In social media, especially dimers, this is an ongoing process that’s rarely noticed.
Changing ID in desidime is different. Instead of an ongoing process, dimers change ID periodically. Few dimers are even more unique, because their ID & profile details are usually same. If you’ve ever see a new id, you know it looks like the old id, almost like taking off a new start! Seniors call this process MUD, although you may also sometimes hear the terms suspended and new signup.
Dimers change their ID to allow for further trolling and to gain undue advantage that may have attached to their old expertise as a dimer. As a dimer increases its dimes balance, it starts feeling like redeeming. Unlike good dimers, such dimers doesn’t like others grow in the forum. Eventually, a dimer reaches a point where further trolling & gaining dimes is not possible with same id.
When that occurs, a new ID is made. As soon as it is complete, the old ID is left behind or suspended, leaving behind a old profile along with karma & dimes that may have been achieved.
To change their old id behind, such dimers may go for a makeover to not get caught. When they’re forcefully suspended, they create a new ID, usually at the same time.
Once the old ID has been discarded / suspended, such dimer starts trolling again in new form.
Dimers change their ID quite often. The average dimer will change its ID whenever old ID is suspended or to get FPD & Likes.
Terms used :
Dimer’s old profile : Snake skin
Changing ID : Shed skin
MUD : Ecdysis (periodic shedding of outer skin)
Based on original article : Why Do Snakes Shed Their Skin?