Well, how fan-flipping-tastic is this? I mean, tmesis. For one thing it begins TM (and there are only three of those in the English language.)*
Not only that, but you're supposed to pronounce both the t and the m when you say it: tmeessis.
And that's just what tmesis is: it's cutting a word in two and sticking another one in the middle.
Good, or what?
Thing To Do Today: tmesis. This word comes from the Greek word temnein, to cut.
*The other two are tmema, which means a section, and tmetic which means cutting or loosening.