What does "in the creamy milky flesh" mean?
As tzfujimino said, we need the context. Please post the whole sentence where you found this phrase and tell us the general context.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
The dialogue is as follows:
But I don't give a rat's patootie about the Volvo. In fact, the fact that you are here in the creamy milky flesh means the unibody construction did its job.
yanx, this is the second time you have failed to give sufficient context to help us answer your questions.
That's twice you have put MikeNewYork to the trouble of searching google and finding inappropriate answers.
Monocoque - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Unibody" is the way cars are made nowadays. Frame (chassis) and body are integrated into one unit. As opposed to pickup trucks and other large vehicles where the frame exists as one unit and the truck's body sits on top of the frame.
I failed to point out in my previous post that "in the flesh" is a common phrase used to mean that someone is physically present.