This is not a common use of the word "got". There is a subtle mistake happening here.
Firstly, the informalities. The correct usage of the word is "I have got", we leave the "have" to be informal. The other informality is the way "got" is being used.
Here is the common way "got" is used informally:
"Do you see my name on the list?"
"I've got Sarah, Jacob, Leslie, and Tom, but you aren't on the list"
"There is ice outside."
"That can't be true, I'm getting 70 degrees on the thermometer."
The responses can be made even more informal, by eliminating the second half of the sentence: "I've got Sarah, Jacob, Leslie, and Tom, but not you" and "That can't be true, I'm getting 70 degrees"
Finally, the reason your question isn't common is because when you add the second half of the sentence, it is an odd thing to say:
"I expected to see that, but instead I got this as the things that I see."
Nobody talks like that.