An alter ego created on an message board or news group primarily to troll.
Did you see that puppet's post? Yes, he started a huge flame war!
de shroomerite 12 février 2005
Something controlled by something else.
de larstait 28 octobre 2003
1. A person not capable of forming his or her own ideas. Often, the person will adopt a set of ideals and protect them vehemently by ridiculing other peoples' values.
2. A person being manipulated, whether he he realizes it or not. See: tool
Conformists. Posers. Teeny-boppers. Anybody easily impressionable
de Mush Hyren 3 décembre 2003
1. A person that is easily controlled by others.
2. A person that conforms to pointless ideals set by others.
3. A person who changes opinions or views rapidly based on someone else's views/opinions.
I don't trust you. You are just a puppet.
de Jakob with a K 10 juillet 2008
to overload on blusher/bronzer type cosmetics, resulting in unattractively firey cheeks.
am i puppet?
de babygangsterridingonapig 6 décembre 2010
1.High school skanks who let their 23 year old boyfriends insert their hands inside their nasty "vaginas" in a puppet like fashion.
And enjoy it.
And then tell all their friends.
So they become the subject of ridicule from Fetus Beaters.
"That skank is a real puppet"
-Fetus Beater
de Fetus and Seth 5 octobre 2006
1. A toy, usually shaped like and animal or human that is controlled by either a hand up its ass or from strings attached to its limbs and body.

2. An alternate name for a cigarette. Orginating from Cockney Rhyming Slang. Cigarette rhymes with Marionette which is a puppet.
1. Steven: That's a cool puppet.
George: There is no such thing as a cool puppet.

2. Alex: Lash us a puppet man.
Sam: Fine, but you owe me about fifty bucks in cigarettes.
Alex: Whatever. I need to suck ash!
de juppo47 13 janvier 2007

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