In one of my posts (How do I say "a bottle of water" in the colloquial way?), a nice contributor ask me
Why would you think this is not everyday English? Why are you asking about this phrase and not another one?
Because when I searched "bottles of water" I got lots of water bottles.
By those words, I was trying to describe and emphasize a fact, that is, most of the results for that searching is about bottles rather than water.
I guess my answer is grammatical though, I am not sure whether it is idiomatic. I am also not sure I put the right order to emphasize that fact. Is the following version better?
Because I got lots of water bottles when I searched "bottles of water".
Are there other expressions more appropriate? Could someone please give a hint? Thanks in advance.