Longtime reader and first time poster here. Yes the worst thing that could have happened to a guy trying to save money has happened. I was changing my spark plugs and when I was lifting the sixth spark plug out a piece of the porcelain broke off and fell inside the cylinder. I have a snake camera and confirmed that it was indeed down there but it is in several pieces. My first thought was that I am going to have to get a mechanic to take the head off to remove the debris. My longtime mechanic told me to fully disconnect the ignition coil and run the engine with 5 spark plugs and the porcelain would blow out the top and the rest would exit through the exhaust but this sounds a little risky to me. I don't know which route I should take for this issue. Any helpful advice would be great. I will also add that this experience has convinced me that I should not do my own auto work. Thanks in advance for any feedback!