This phrase indicates the Story Teller (or DM, or GM, depending on what game one is playing) decides to make reality shift in a particular way. Often-times done in order to make the story develop in a particular manner.
However, in order to promote the challenge of this encounter, the DM decides to use an STD to allow a centuries old Contingency heal to revive the poor fellow, at full hitpoints, and rather angry at having been slain in such a way. Then a 'true' fight ensued.
2. Thor throwing his famed hammer Mjollnir(Molniya) at a Werewolf in D&D Edition 3.5, and deciding not to remove the 10 damage which would be removed, since the hammer isn't made of silver. This STD though perhaps un-needed (the werewolf would likely die from the modified damage) makes sense, since even though it's not a silver weapon perse; when Thor throws his hammer, he means business, and that 10 damage shouldn't be reduced because it's not made of silver.
You want the sex, you have to risk the attack on your 'down there' region, with the possibility of it never working again.
other guy: thanks for sharing...
-drinking vodka for breakfast
-drinking vodka for lunch
-drinking vodka for dinner
-drinking vodka for dessert
-skin that is so tan, she is invisible in a dimly lit room
-causes public disturbances 24/7
-eats pickles... by sucking on them
-when asked why she does something, she replies with "I'm at the Jersey Shore... BITCH!"
-everywhere is the Jersey Shore for her
-a sudden interest for meat-heads and gorillas
-when someone calls her phone, and is looking a girl named Angelina, she replies with "No, she died"
-she is as smart as a...Snooki
Dude 2: "Damn bro that sucks. Has she started eating pickles yet? I wanna watch...
Whenever you are normal one second, then randomly you get the urge to have explosive diarrhea and then, when you sit down, it just explodes out of your ass like a torrential rain...