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.
by Dennis L. Page 5 years ago
What does "Stand By Me" mean to you?Many have heard the song "Stand By Me," but what does this phrase mean to you on a personal level? My wife is a school teacher and she is doing a lesson on this subject and in follow up, I would like to know how we, as adults, feel about this?
by Right On Time 7 years ago
What does 'luck of the Irish' mean?LOL when I was learning to drive many a year ago, my driving instructor said I had the luck of the Irish. Was he being satirical?
by JRs 2 years ago
Why is it cool to hate on Christians these days in popular culture?How did it become cool to down Christians for their views and then also stand up for Muslims for everything? I don’t mean that being Muslim is bad, but rather, basically, the Old Testament is Holy to both religions. I just don’t...
by Lori Colbo 7 years ago
One of my hubs has the black triangle, something about a link being broken? What does that mean?
by Mark 7 years ago
What does the 4th of July mean to you?I'm a patriotic person and I want to know what independence day means to you.
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