I've never heard the term in my life but I just find it so crazy that everyone acted like it threw them off. Seemed pretty obvious in the context. "Glass" was a verb, which implied doing something with it. And if it was like pouring him a drink, they wouldn't word it so obtusely.
The joke is these are all generally ambiguous options on a dialogue wheel and they're all from cases in four different games where picking them makes the MC spaz out in a fit of autistic rage for no reason, effectively destroying any actual intention the player had.
Except [Glass Him], I mean come on clapistan, really?
Your character starts a violent crusade against newspapers, of which the likes the Fallout world has ever seen. After you defeat 100 waves of newspapers, you fight the printing press itself in a final showdown. However, with no more newspapers on earth, an even greater threat arises called magazines. Hence the inevitable Fallout 5.
wow it's like I'm really on /int/!
Next time you go outside, don't forget that it's America that makes it possible for you to be alive today.
Yes, i know. It's a mistranslation.
In polish version Geralt said "pierdol się". Depending on the context it either means just a plain "go fuck yourself" or "very funny, fuck off"
>Walk up to an NPC, choose the "Hello" option
>Hey, what's up faggot?
>The NPC gets upset
>I choose the "Di-fuse the situation" option
>Character blows the NPC's head off
>use a fucking slang in the middle of an English heavy game
>be south american who learned proper english by himself using a dictionary while translating Pokemon Blue and Ocarina of Time dialogue
>suddenly like 20 years later some shit game comes out and gives me a "Glass him" option
>can't think what the fuck kind of verb is "glass", assume it must be a dumb american thing to give someone a glass of water since what else would you do in this situation where Bigby is feeling sorry for the barbedman
>I fucking smash his head in until he passes out
>yell "What the fuck?" at the screen
And bear in mind I barely yell or say anything while playing vidya.
Telltale games are shit and have shit writting.
>Kids and basement dwellers being THIS MAD because theh didn't knew what "Glass Him" mean
They are just exposing themselves, beautiful.
>be in a bar
>someone is mad
>free beer usually defuses the situation
>smash his face in with a beer mug instead
>People mad at a bar fix things inviting others a beer
No you stupid faggot, they break a GLASS bottle and fight to death, this is literally the first google image result for BAR FIGHT
Of course that's the first image you get if you google BAR FIGHT. Buying someone a beer is not a BAR FIGHT, it's BUYING SOMEONE A BEER.
Have you never been to a bar? Where I go people are always buying beer for other people and making friends.
it's fedoracore to think its cool or classy to pour the guy a drink right from the get go without saying something first, it's out of bigby's character
even more so to pretend you know what [glass him] means
Actual prompts that would instantly be recognized as giving the guy a drink and not bludgeoning him are for example:
>[pour him a drink]
>[give him a drink]
>["top him off"], which would be the thing you probably wanted, which is a dumb fucking thing to say in general
etc etc etc
if you thought [glass him] was an actual used term for any of those much more normal sounding things, no matter if english is your first language or not, I honestly don't know what to say to you
>A - Hate newspaper
Obviously you say you hate newspapers
>B - Glass Him
Obviously this means that you hit him with a glass unless you're autistic and think it means pour him a shot
>X - Doubt
It could lead to two responses, one being "Hm, that doesn't sound right" (Or along the lines of that), or "Yeah, I fucking doubt that one, dickhead"
>Y - Very funny
So it's either like a "Oh haha, that's funny" or it's "Yeah, very funny, bitch" and then you storm out of the room or something
Having 2/4 of the responses being very vague and hard to understand, I'd say this is a problem
>Dialogue wheel says "Doubt"
>think my character is going to say something along the lines of "I don't believe you"
>"You are full of shit, the truth is you hated that bitch. You followed her and dragged her onto your Brahmin and then took her out to the Vault. She woke up and you smashed her face in with a Power Fist. And then you stomped her. You stomped her because she's a drunken whore and she treated you like shit. You stomped her for all the years you had to take it. You stomped her because you are such a weak fucking sister and you wanted to erase all memory of it. Go on. Try to deny it
>guy I'm talking to starts uncontrollably crying
>dialogue wheel gives me 4 new options
>want to console him because I didn't see it coming that my character would flip out like that
>pick [Glass Him] to give him a drink
>character picks up a nuka cola bottle and smashes his face in
>guy drags himself across the ground screaming for help
>chose dialogue option [Help Him]
>my character starts screaming "Oh I'll help you alright." walks up to him and stomps the shit out of his back and breaks his legs with a Super Sledge
>Codsworth hovers over the guy and says some cheesy line along the lines of "Guess this will make BREAKING NEWS when they find his corpse"
>chose dialogue option "Very funny"
>character says "Fuck you"
"hey man, want me to glass you?"
"here, let me glass you"
"that guy seems upset, I'll glass him"
He could be talking about "Hate Newspaper" the new newspaper of the century
>Hit him with a glass
Maybe in Bosnia glass him is a way of saying throw a man a shot
You already pointed out what's bad with that.