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sock puppet

A social media account in which one misrepresents their identity, usually to appear as another person who agrees with the views or comments expressed through their main account. The name refers to a type of hand puppet, in which a sock is fitted over the hand. After some time, it was discovered that the CEO had several sock puppet Twitter accounts, which he used to rave about his business and drive customers to his site. It didn't take long until sock puppets overran the thread with controversial posts that were all very similar to each other in tone and style. I'm skeptical of these 200 glowing reviews—I bet they're all by sock puppets.
See also: puppet, sock

meat puppet

1. Some useless, irrelevant, or inconsequential person. Who the hell do you think you are to criticize me? You've never done anything meaningful in you're life—you're just a damn meat puppet! I hate commuting on the train to work with all the other meat puppets in this city.
2. vulgar slang A penis. My last roommate used to walk around in the nude, with his meat puppet hanging out and everything!
See also: meat, puppet

fuck puppet

vulgar slang Someone with whom one has casual sexual interactions without the commitment of a formal relationship. After two long, ultimately painful relationships, I'm just looking to find a fuck puppet these days. John says he and Susan are just fuck puppets, but I think he's falling for her.
See also: fuck, puppet

fuck buddy

and fuck puppet
n. a sexual partner with whom one has no romantic or nonsexual interests. (Usually objectionable.) Bob an Barb are just fuck buddies. They really don’t care a thing about each other. She showed up about midnight with her cheap fuck puppet in tow.
See also: buddy, fuck

fuck puppet

See also: fuck, puppet

meat puppet

1. n. the penis. Stop scratching your meat puppet!
2. n. a TV announcer; a talking head on television. These documentaries are just one meat puppet after another.
See also: meat, puppet
References in classic literature ?
As he yielded to this suggestion a ready and rapturous assent, they all rose and walked away together; he keeping close to the box of puppets in which he was quite absorbed, the merry little man carrying it slung over his arm by a strap attached to it for the purpose, Nelly having hold of her grandfather's hand, and Mr Codlin sauntering slowly behind, casting up at the church tower and neighbouring trees such looks as he was accustomed in town-practice to direct to drawing-room and nursery windows, when seeking for a profitable spot on which to plant the show.
Will a group of joyous children, the young ones of the house, come dancing, shouting, laughing, into the open air, and cluster round the show-box, looking with eager merriment at the puppets, and tossing each a copper for long-tailed Mammon, the monkey, to pick up?
That puppet yonder," thought Mother Rigby, still with her eyes fixed on the scarecrow, "is too good a piece of work to stand all summer in a corn-patch, frightening away the crows and blackbirds.
And now, darling, I have taken so much pains with thee and thou art so beautiful, that, by my troth, I love thee better than any witch's puppet in the world; and I've made them of all sorts--clay, wax, straw, sticks, night fog, morning mist, sea foam, and chimney smoke.
And why should my poor puppet be the only one to know himself and perish for it?
He had pitched, as I have said, against the bulwarks, where he lay like some horrible, ungainly sort of puppet, life-size, indeed, but how different from life's colour or life's comeliness
I've been interested in puppets since the 1960s, when I watched a TV show that featured Jim Henson explaining puppetry as an art form--from building them to performing with them.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 17 April 2017: A symbolic holocaust awaits terrorism in Port Said as part of a long-standing Easter tradition, where puppets symbolizing rejected social customs and hated characters are burned in an annual public parade.
Below, he explains how he created the most complicated, and biggest, puppet in the show, the Norse boar Saehrimnir, and why talking puppets can be a tricky proposition.
With the movement of puppets, the show depicted folk dance and famous skits of all four provinces including Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Jammu Kashmir to entertain and educate children regarding importance of Independence Day.
With the movement of puppets, the show depicted folk tales and skits to entertain and educate children regarding the sacrifices of national heroes for Independence of the country.
Our teacher at the club was a Mr George Smivvers, a diamond geezer, who actually looked like a puppet, he taught us how to make puppets and stage plays.
Try the Moowi hand puppets - new speech therapy tools that can be used to support speech development, especially when working to improve the operation of speech organs and in inducing sounds.
PUPPETS are taking centre stage at a Kirklees museum.
Adrian Roose of PFC Auctions in Bristol said: "Spitting Image puppets have proven to be excellent investments over the years.