A sexual position "coined" by the ever inventive Phineas J. Flippenstanz in his memoirs "Events Pertaining to the Life and Advancement of Phineas J. Flippenstanz, Esq." of his 1874 journey to the Bahamas to witness the transit of Venus from an agreeable clime. According to said memoirs the Bahamian pig-sticker is "that position wherein the female arranges her quarters in the matter of a blissfully ignorant Bahamian pig fitfully drunk on nickel-barrel rum, while the male arranges his necessarily engorged member such that the shadow cast thereby resembles most closely that of the Bahamian pig-sticker before the slaughter. A most enjoyable, if noisy, bout of sexual congress is all but guaranteed to ensue."
"Having tired of the mere hundreds of standard sexual positions contained in the Kama Sutra and internet, Eustace and Charlie, on a recommendation from their vicar, attempted and greatly enjoyed the Bahamian pig-sticker."