Is it possible to put an atelic activity like "browsing the internet" into the past perfect tense?
For example: I browsed the internet from 2 o'clock to 4 o'clock. At 7 o'clock I start making dinner.
Is it grammatical to say "I had browsed the internet when I began cooking"? Or do I have to use constructions like "I had stopped browsing the internet"? I know I could say I browsed the internet before cooking dinner, but I really want to know about the past perfect.
I assume browsing the internet is atelic, because there is no clear end to it, the internet is infinite, or am I wrong?