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it was a tad bumpy getting there...

August 01 at 13:26

And I admit it was a tad bumpy getting there, but the path to justice is rarely smooth. So I'm hoping that, in the end, you know, the final result speaks for itself.

Question: I don't understand the first sentence structure.

It was "a tad bumpy getting there".

Why is "getting there" after the adjective "bumpy"?

I thought it would be a noun like road or something after bumpy.

Thank you!!!



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