She could have been expecting one or the other, thus making the occurrence of both a surprise.
Well, the first surprise precipitates the second, so since it's a consequential relationship, I think it could be argued that it's a single event, and thus really one surprise.
I was watching this exact scene when I clicked on POETV, it was a pretty good time.
What's critical here is the semicolon. Without a semicolon, there's no implied connection between the independent clauses. Watch:
"This school girl is in for a surprise. She's going to get a face full of jizz and she's going to like it. Then, CUPCAKES!"
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