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I happened to see some comic website and found the web comic book writer wasn't drawing the comic for months and he got back with his update. And I saw this comment his fan wrote to the post. It said : This was a very pleasant surprise to open up my webcomic bookmarks to. [https://i.stack.imgur.com/sxJDp.jpg]

Ok. Now, I got somewhat confused about what the bolded to took as its own implied object. Does it take a very pleasant surprise as its own implied object as in *...open up my webcomic bookmarks to (a very pleasant surprise) * , or does it take this (post) as its own implied object as in ...open up my webcomic bookmarks to this I was thinking it would be the latter because it seemed to be reworded as it was a very pleasant surprise to open up mu bookmarks to thisthis was a very pleasant surprise to open up my bookmarks to but I couldn't be sure enough.

I'd appreciate any help.

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  • I think your second interpretation is the correct one. Presumably the comic writer had started posting again after a long gap, and when the fan opened the bookmarked site he was pleased to find a new post. Feb 12 at 10:30

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