When I very carefully type words into your search field, it is safe to presume that those are the very qualities I am searching for in my, er, search.
For instance, if I should enter "Dark Blue Bunny Costume, Adult", then I am most likely looking for an adult sized rabbit costume, dark blue in color.
What it most certainly DOESN'T mean is that I want chickens, ducks, pirates, white or pink rabbits, or baby onesies (however cute they may be).
It most certainly DOESN'T mean I want models, toys, grey, brown, or purple costumes in children's sizes.
If I carefully, clearly type in that I wish to see BLUE bunny rabbit costumes in ADULT sizes, you can bet that I pretty much want to see just that and nothing more. Not leopards. Not penguins. Not stuffed animals. Not sexy ANYTHING.
I appreciate the marvels of the search engine and all of the fine tuning that goes into them, and I try very hard to be as specific as I can be, including using the ability to exclude certain terms to make the search more fine tunes. Please, Google, don't waste my time and resources by INCLUDING the very things I EXCLUDED because why would you do that???
A Very Frustrated Mum Who Is Trying To Find Her Evil Genius the Costume He Desperately Wants for Halloween (or "Samhain" as it's called around here).