Hahaha. That is so true. After liturgy last week I observed a conversation between two friends from the church, one of whom is from Cairo (I think) and the other from Alexandria, that went like this:
Cairene: I really like Abouna Filemon (the priest who had served the liturgy that day)...he is a very holy man. You know while everyone was arguing among each other during the (agape) meal, I looked over and expected to see him sitting in his chair (the chair that is reserved for him out of respect), but instead he was sitting on the floor, quietly reading over the scriptures and praying. Just like a monk! He is more holy than the rest of us, I think.
Alexandrian: Of course he is...you know why? He is from Alexandria, like me!
They then commenced bickering and laughing at each other. "Ohhh, THIS guy...Alexandrians are like this, you see! They think they are better than everybody" "You are just jealous you aren't one of us!", etc. It's like going to the church of Mari Abbot and Costello sometimes, I swear...