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  • n. The behaviour of a muppet; foolish incompetence.


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muppet +‎ -ry


  • If you participated in this debate instead of getting hung up on irrelevant islamic muppetry you might see a fairly substantial increase in site traffic.


  • On the one hand, in Texas of all places, we have a police chief embarrassed and ashamed at the authoritarian high muppetry of one of his officers, and acting very quickly and publicly to remove that officer from duty.

    Good Cop, Bad Cop

  • Thanks to Iain Dale for spotting the muppetry in his own erstwhile organ.

    Michael Gove: Dripping Scab on Poxy Arsehole of Tory Humanity

  • The massive muppetry of the other six commenters at the time of beginning this post was particularly demonstrated by 1.

    Greater Manchester Future: Turn Out Just Over 30% So Far

  • This is a rather hilarious piece of brazen muppetry or complete ignorance from Amir's management actually.

    Archive 2008-04-20

  • Back room muppetry being largely to blame for any real mistakes.

    Archive 2008-01-27

  • Gary calls such muppetry a "slack whack" or a "slightly slack whack" in the rules, which are very tight.

    Blogsclusive: Tory Boys Never Grow Up Comments

  • So, basically, another proposal of Class 1 muppetry from Iain Duncan-Halfabraincell-Smith.

    Labour Bully Boy Tactics in Sedgefield

  • IF IDS policy is Conservative policy, I'll not vote for them -- muppetry.

    Confessions of a Tory Candidate

  • Tons of food left over, but I feel well satisfied having just watched Bedknobs and Broomsticks, which made me nostalgic for films where the effects were hard work and magic we also watched The Muppet Christmas Carol, which slimmeroftheyea won on VHS in a raffle, and much of the magic is just the sheer muppetry --'how did they do that?'

    Christmas done


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