the name given to all or all of the small but sturdy baskets with tight tie that you can see on the roadside on the route from karamürsel to yalova
after someone is somehow given a share of their mouth and/or nose, it is said "you saw us small, did you think it was a caramel basket".
its original origin is not the basket; it is the name of the small ships designed by mr. karamursel.
baskets commonly made around izmit
think it's a very cute name that some people wear on women's hips (it's not slang if i say it in slang, i won't say it in public). its use in a sentence is usually used as "my lady, i see that you have grown your caramel basket well". in return, a vase, pan or trinket is eaten for the head.
(bkz: did you see the black dry but thought the caramel basket)
except for mehmet ali koyun, who produces 200 baskets a year, he has no master left. sad but true.
(see: butterscotch basket)