The hot question about being ripped apart in a black hole (no one can deny physics is boring!) got me thinking. If you cross the event horizon of a supermassive bkack hole, nothing noticeable will happen as the tidal force is small. Of course this will change when you fall further, this exciting feat will still happen as the rip is inevitable.
If the size of the hole gets smaller then the tidal forces around the horizon increase.
But what happens if the size gets really small? The Schwarzschild radius of the Sun is about 2.9 km. and that of the Earth is about o.88 cm. So there is enough room for me to fall through the horizon of the Sun and very little to fall through that of the Earth. The gravity of the Earth-sized hole is pretty big on a distance of, say, a few meters away, so I imagine you just get sucked up.
But now we decrease the size even further. At what point will nothing happen to me? The gravity field gets smaller and smaller but still there is an horizon, beyond which nothing returns. Will the micro hole just "take a bite of me"? Will I be sucked in entirely (which I can't imagine)?