tmesis \tuh-mee-sis\, noun:
In grammar and rhetoric, the separation of the parts of a compound word, now generally done for humorous effect; for example, "what place soever" instead of "whatsoever place," or "abso-bloody-lutely."
Tmesis is from Greek tmesis, "a cutting," from temnein, "to cut."
In two words, im possible.
-- Samuel Goldwyn