Let's see these two-word verbs first -
Pull out, and many more...
Now, I'm adding an object there...
Wake me up after an hour.
I'll kick him out.
You see a thread there? Pull it out.
The above-mentioned examples sound okay (at least to me!) as the objects are just one word (me, you and it in these cases) but then when the object is descriptive, splitting of those two-words verbs appears weird. Check these now -
Go in the hall, and wake the person wearing shorts and a red tee up.
I'll kick that arrogant and annoying dull employee out.
Do you see many threads there? Pull the white, shining, powder coated warm wire out.
The question -
When the object is descriptive, should we keep those two-word verbs together? Say...
Go in the hall, and wake up the person wearing shorts and red tee.
And so on for the rest of examples?
If yes, is the sentence 'I'll kick him out' incorrect as it puts the object (him) between the two words of verb (kick & out) that otherwise come altogether (kick out)? But then again, I'll kick out him does not sound as good as I'll kick him out.