Posted by Fred Farkle on September 10, 2003
In Reply to: Phrase: chicken in a basket posted by athos on September 03, 2003
: This paragraph appears in the new Tom Clancy novel "The Teeth of the Tiger" on p. 119 of the hard-cover edition. Can anybody tell me what "chicken in a basket" refers to?
: "'Lots of services enlist the help of hookers,' Wills explained. 'They don't mind talking, and for the right wad of cash they'll do just about anything. Uda here likes chicken-in-a-basket. Never tried that myself. Asian specialty."
According to my brother, who has supposedly witnessed this act... It is a term used to describe a sex act, in which a young girl (small) sits in a basket which has a large hole cut out of the bottom of it, and is attached to the ceiling by bungie cords, and she is wound up like a balsa wood airplane, with a rubber band powered propeller, and placed.. in your.. um.. lap and then the basket is let go.. "Weeeeeeee....."