Word of the Day – Fewselage

fewselage
fyoo’•sə•lahzh (noun)
1. The central, structural portion of any airplane body that requires little or no inspection due to its flawless construction by the Invisible Hand.
2. The number of people willing to fly in the central, structural portion of any airplane body constructed by the Invisible Hand.
Ex. “Is Air Force One ready yet?”
“Yes, sir, Mr. President. You’ll be happy to know they’ve just this second finished installing the new structural components.”
“Well, don’t they have to inspect it before we can fly?”
“Not anymore! Thanks to your leadership, we’ll be flying in a brand, new fewselage.”
“You know what? It’s a gorgeous day. Let’s walk.”