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MUPPET is an acronym for:

'Most Useless / Pathetic Person Ever Trained'

Common usage has seen the term become a day-to-day reference for someone who is particularly stupid, clumsy or lacking common in sense and logic.

Origins: Unknown - however most evidence points to the film industry (particulary gaffers & grips) rather than the US Military who is usually given the credit for such acronyms.
"Shall we get Tom in on the project?
Tom? - Hell no, He's a total muppet."
by EnzoYug June 04, 2006
 
1.
A person who is ignorant and generally has no idea about anything.
Don't talk to me like ya know me, ya muppet
by Lloyd (Stallion) Salas November 14, 2002
 
2.
a person who defies explanation with regard to common sense and logic, exhubing an air of confidence that is mutually exclusive to that of their accomplishments or ability
what the hell is Emma doing, can she not see that if im not at my desk I can not answer my phone, she is such a fucking muppet
by boss hog August 01, 2004
 
3.
Someone who is useless until you shove your fist up them - Just like Kermit !
He's a complete muppet
by Steve Mc March 25, 2003
 
4.
"Well, it's not quite a mop, it's not quite a puppet, but man... " - Homer Simpson
That explains it all
by Idiot Paranoia August 25, 2004
 
5.
General name given to a large cast of bizarre comedy puppets created by the late Jim Henson. While many performed on "The Muppet Show" (and numerous movies and spin-offs) others appeared on the children's television series "Sesame Street."
Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy are muppets.
by Blackmac October 31, 2003
 
6.
An alternative term for idiot or moron. Usually used in the UK to describe someone who is incompetant or gormless. Taken from the name for the popular Jim Henson Puppets.
"You bloody muppet!"

"That temp agency has sent us nothing but muppets."
by PRAEst76 February 10, 2005
 
7.
Noun - See >Idiot Noun
"I don't care who you use, as long as they aren't complete muppets." Harry the Hatchet, Lock, Stock, and Two smoking Barrels, 1998
by blueeyesm March 22, 2004