As cool as you like old Peter replied, 'cacoethes loquendi.'
I do not believe that there are any cases of the cacoethes subscribendi.
Erasmus shared with most scholars of the Renaissance the cacoethes scribendi.
This cacoethes scribendi is the pest of every local curiosity or public watering-place.
Among the rest she was seized with what we men call a cacoethes of the needle: "a raging desire" for work.
But the cacoethes scribendi possesses me, and all my leisure hours are devoted to a Suite.