A substitution in grammar for the combination of "any better" in a sentence.
It originates from the idea of using "butter" instead of "better", so when the word "better" would arise in a sentence, you would substitute "butter" in for "better." Using this axiom, we can further deduce that "any better" can simplify further into "eddie vedder."
"If you think and sound it out, it just makes sense." - Ed Mescaline
Lord Bullingdon: The weather outside couldn't get any vedder.
Eddie Vedder: You mean, any better?
Lord Bullingdon: Yeah, that's what I said.
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