Much like the "Judgmental Maps" of the South Bay and San Francisco before it, a new cartographical catastrophe awaits in the Bay Area according to Urban Dictionary.

The premise: Place the definitions of towns and neighborhoods from that godforsaken website onto their geographic counterparts.

Fortunately, according to the map designed by 19-year-old University of Chicago student Sasha Trubetskoy and plugged by the Atlantic's CityLab, things weren't as offensive or awful as they could potentially have been — and in fact were in a previous effort.

As Trubetskoy writes: "Combing through Urban Dictionary entries for Bay Area cities and towns, I noticed right away how much less negative the entries were when compared with Long Island." That's some faint praise.

Alright, well, have a peek, and don't say you weren't warned. This is Urban Dictionary, after all, its very name loaded with coded language.


Previously: New 'Judgmental' Map Of S.F. Neighborhoods Amuses, Confuses