I suggested this edit and it was rejected/edited, with the following message attached:
This edit did not correct critical issues with the post - view the revision history to see what should have been changed.
Naturally, I looked at the revision history to see what I'd missed. Surprisingly, almost no real content had been changed from my edit. The two biggest changes I saw were changing "deserts" to "desserts" and adding a period after one of the instances of "Dr," which, I acknowledge, I missed.
However, since literally every other change I proposed was left alone (aside from choosing to use "will" instead of "would," which does absolutely nothing to change the meaning of the post and works just fine either way), I don't see why this was rejected and edited, rather than simply improved. I was under the impression that Rejection + Editing was due to the edit being inherently bad, while acknowledging that edits to the original posts were necessary. Was my proposed edit really that bad?