A new twist on the classic “hat trick” trick is gaining popularity, as the trick has become a way for women to earn a buck by tricking a man into thinking they have a hot girlfriend.
The trend of the hat trick, known as “douchebaggery,” dates back to the mid-1800s.
In 1868, an American man named Henry M. Tompkins was caught in a hit-and-run accident.
He was taken to the hospital and then admitted to a mental institution.
Tampons were found inside his car.
He told his wife he had a hot girl, but the police didn’t believe him.
So he was sent to a brothel.
The woman who owned the brothel called her mother-in-law and asked her to tell her if the brothels were full.
Her mother-as-sister-in, Mary Ann White, found a copy of The New York Times and told her about the hat tricks.
White’s mother-daughter duo, Maryanne and Martha White, both had their own brothelts and taught each other how to perform the hat, the New York Daily News reported.
The hat trick is now so popular that it is sometimes called the “dumb and dumber” trick.
In the 1950s, a woman named Mary Ellen Smith went into a bar and pretended to be a hot young woman.
She asked the bartender to call a cab.
She then got a ride to the club and pretended she was going to have sex with the bartender.
The cab driver didn’t realize she was actually calling a cab, so he drove away.
Smith then got another ride to another bar and called her husband, who called the police.
Smith was arrested for “dubious use of a telephone and calling a taxi without authority,” the New Jersey Department of Transportation reported.
But the hat-trick craze has grown into something more.
The hat trick has been a way of life for some women in recent years.
In 2015, The Daily Beast reported that “dressed as a hot, pretty girl and singing songs like ‘Let Me Take You Home,’ the ‘Dirty Dozen’ and ‘Wings,’ and playing with a pair of pliers and a saw.”
Another hot trend: The “hot chick who has to be tricked” craze.
Some hot women have used the hat to win money or sex, such as Jennifer Hudson and Jessica Chastain.
But a lot of women also have done it to prove their worth to men, especially when they’re dating, according to the New Orleans Advocate.
In 2016, a 25-year-old woman named Tiana Baez was arrested after police discovered she was dating a guy.
The New Orleans Police Department also reported that a 22-year old woman named Alyssa Smith faked a breakup to trick her ex-boyfriend.
Smith, a nurse at the local hospital, said she was tired of her “dude” not believing her, so she took on the hat job.
“I just want to prove to him that I’m not a slut,” Smith told the Advocate.
“That’s my way of proving myself.”
The hat tricks, while entertaining and exciting, can also cause a lot more harm.
One woman who performed the hat on a date with her boyfriend was reportedly fired and had her career destroyed.
In another instance, a man who got a hot woman to perform a trick on him told the police that he didn’t even want to have a relationship with her because she was a slut.
Smith said she decided to stop performing the hat after one of her boyfriends told her to stop doing it.
She told the Times that she was disappointed that she didn’t get paid.