It means that your legs bone could get broken so it's best to not think about it!
It's a popular way of saying "good luck" -- really not sure why that ever meant good luck, it doesn't sound very lucky to me.
Edited to add: My husband just informed me that it came from a joking phrase that stand-ins often told the primary stars in theater performances, which would have been good luck for the stand-in.
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