In Milton, Massachusetts, Algerine Corner commemorates an event (or legend) in which a local citizen cursed young miscreants as a "set of Algerines".*
The Marine Corps anthem and the U.S.S. Constitution commemorate the First Barbary War, a naval excursion to punish the pirates and the states that harbored them - mainly in modern Algeria.
Thus, game-time taunts can include:
- Making fun of the Algerian mascot, the Fennec. Nice ears, Belhadj!
- Any insult ending with "you &$%%@! set of Algerines".
- Referring to the game as the "Third Barbary War".
- Humming the Marine Corps anthem.
- Chanting "Egypt's Better".