Despite lamingtons and lamentations, the site search works pretty well in finding the many dozens of duplicates and their masters.
The search page gives the main point when doing these lookups:
to ensure that the words appear in the results
Add that with a
[tag] in the search and you're on your way to voting to close as a duplicate and watching that vote age away as six more answers are posted in the time it took to bend your knees.
People from all sorts of backgrounds may word things in their own special broken dictionary ways, but in the end, there are a few unique keywords in the post that will always lead you home.
And if there aren't, chances are good you're looking at a question that's done no research at all and a candidate primed for closing.
But it's leagues less work duplicating an answer across five different questions with different ways to say "thanks in advance" than it is to plug in a few keywords into the search. And that's why users have a lot of reputation.