What part of this description isn't allowed?!

So I made something that has a base paint of the rose gold-like copper finish. I made a description that said:
“Goes well with pumpkin spice lattes, iPhones, and Uggs”
Didn’t work, naturally I figured it was iPhone.
“Goes well with pumpkin spice lattes and Uggs”
Still nope. I guess they added in Uggs to the filter? Weird, but not implausible.
“Goes well with a pumpkin spice latte”
Nope. Can someone tell me what part of “Goes well with a pumpkin spice latte” is against any rule?

Maybe it’s “Goes well” - insert your best Sid James Carry On laugh here! :grinning:
Honestly, I can’t for the life of me see what would be the problem.

Look up the German meaning for the word ‘latte’ … betcha that’s your problem.

Okay, so… Tried literally anything. And nothing.
Turns out it was the title. Care to take a guess?
It was “Rose Gold”. Apparently, “Rose Gold” is against the rules.

Well, it is the name of a certain colour used for certain electronics from a certain non-Microsoft company…

I tried to put ‘calvin peeing’ for a vinyl of the iconic Calvin image I finished up a little while ago.
Didn’t work.

I wasn’t surprised.

And yet, they let me re-name an Exhibition race I created just for the Sandman called the “Shagwagon Special”. Go figure.

The filters do get a bit overzealous sometimes. Wouldn’t let me have “MG Rolling Out” earlier . . . ?