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Review edits have the option to force edit, which will edit the original post, as opposed to improve which will edit the suggested edit.

UserScript:

// ==UserScript==
// @name          Force edit suggested reviews Stackoverflow
// @namespace     stackoverflow
// @description   Allows you to bypass reviewing suggested edits and just edit
// @include       http://stackoverflow.com/*
// ==/UserScript==

(function () {
    function with_jquery(f) {
        var script = document.createElement("script");
        script.type = "text/javascript";
        script.textContent = "(" + f.toString() + ")(jQuery)";
        document.body.appendChild(script);
    }

    with_jquery(function ($) {
        $("a[id^=edit-pending-]").each(function () {
            var id = $(this).attr('id').substr(13),
                href = $(this).attr('href');
            $(this).replaceWith('<a id="edit-pending-' + id + '" href="' + href + '" title="1 edit to this post is pending, please review it">review edit (1)</a><span class="lsep">|</span><a href="/posts/' + id + '/edit" class="edit-post" title="force edit this post">force edit</a>');
        });
    });

}());
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How did you create such a nice animated gif? I tried to used ffmpeg, but the output was horrible... –  Paul Sweatte Feb 20 at 23:53
    
@PaulSweatte LICEcap with a framerate of 30. For a small demonstration, the filesize is usually small ~200-300kb. –  Dave Chen Feb 21 at 5:04
    
LICEcap, never heard of it until now. It generates animated gifs by default, so no conversion needed. Thanks! –  Paul Sweatte Feb 24 at 18:04
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