Ska does this all the time.
The Skatalites Eskanol (spanish ska) Skatastrophic
I can't seem to think of a single other example, but I know I've seen it other places.
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The phrase “changing a word to fit another word inside it” is suggestive of tmesis, which is “a linguistic phenomenon in which a word or phrase is separated into two parts, with other words interrupting between them”. Further from wikipedia:
[Some] tmesis involves the insertion of a word or phrase into another word, for added emphasis and often for humorous effect. The insertion may occur between the parts of a compound word, or between syllable boundaries (dystmesis), but always preceding a stressed syllable (e.g. one would never say, “Ab-bloody-solutely”, preferring “Abso-bloody-lutely”). It is also sometimes referred to as tumbarumba, possibly due to the popularity of tmesis in Australian English dialect (Tumbarumba, New South Wales being an Australian town), or possibly due to the poem “Tumba Bloody Rumba” by John O’Grady, which includes several tmeses including “Tumba-bloody-rumba”, “e-bloody-nough”, and “kanga-bloody-roos”.