I was ready to find dust bunnies, or coins, or even chewed up gum or forgotten candy wrappers or things. I was not expecting to find a tiny, tiny, upside-down city, with tiny bright lights and tiny casinos and tiny fancy black cars and tiny crime rings.
As much as the smaller-than-ant people surprised me, I surprised them even more. A giant human head, upside-down on the horizon? I would have freaked out too.
But I think they're making tiny, tiny upside-down plans to go to war against me now.