Nowadays a few creative people wear a mixture of assorted hats with wich they are judge& jury (judge and jury is an expression, a book, a restaurant and i'm sure a whole bunch of other things) tax avoider, landowner, and boss of the plaines.
Some say a career in the theatre would haven been appropriate for "hats" so we can enjoy and keep an eye on them at the same time, some think the political arena resembles a lot like theatre.
To call somebody a "hat" can imply, that you're impressed by a persons acting skills, or as an offensive remark, it depends on the intonation.
" I know her from somewhere, doesn't she own something? She's a hat. Oh!"
" YOU HAT! Oh, thank you! IT'S AN INSULT! I couldn't hear my hat is blocking my ears."
" Hat? No, thanks i'm good."
A question. Your voice rising as you complete its pronounciation. Depending on the situation, one could be asking, "What?" or perhaps, "Pardon?" or virtually any other inquiry.
2) "Hat." Pronounced with a tone of finality. An expression of comprehension. "I understand," or, "Yes, I concur."
3) "You're a hat." Spoken with disdain. An expression of dislike for the individual referred to. In this instance, it could take the place of "goon," "mouth-breathing ignoramus," "degenerate," or any number of alternate degrading remarks.
4) Additionally, "hat" can be used as a prefix or suffix attached to other words, altering and enhancing the specificity of their meanings. Most commonly, this is done to add humour and effect to insults.
Examples include, but are not limited to: asshat, hatsack, fuckhat, hatboat, and Dumpy McHatfuck.
2) "We just lost the big game to Calgary! Hat!"
3) "Don't be such an hat."