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“Googolplexian is big--not little.”
~ Oscar Wilde on Googolplexian

“Don't think about Googolplexian, unless you can make money out of it.”
~ George Burns on Googolplexian
“I think 'Googolplexian' has a nice ring to it.”
~ John F. Kennedy on Googolplexian
“Googolplexian is the enemy of math”
~ Don Quixote on Googolplexian
“Googolplexian usually comes to mind to those who are too busy to be looking for it.”
~ Henry David Thoreau is an "A" HOLE!! on Googolplexian

Googolplexian is a number, considered to be the biggest number humans can wrap there minds around. It is said if you tried to write it down on a piece of paper it would take 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 years, or roughly the same amount of time it would take for Johnny Howard to find weapons of mass destruction.

It has been suggested that Google, who want to eventually own every word starting with "goo", was thinking of officially buying the rights to the word "googolplexian," but that has fallen through, with reports stating, quote: "Dude, the word's, like, too long, dude. It's too hard to use in a sentence, dude, unlike 'dude', dude"

Word origins/ use in literature

The actual origins of this word (This is about Googolplexian dude, if you're looking for Google, you just had a typo accident.) are thought to be kinda, you know, unknown, some people think balls containing sticky jizz pockets and that it stemmed from ancient Greece, where the use of Googolplexian, along with the fact they didn't have zero as a number, may have been a reason for the many many deaths due to self combustion.

Googolplexian does have annoying relations, such as googol, googleplex and Donald Trump, but because of their smallness compared to the big cheese of life (a.k.a. Googolplexian), they rarely get mentioned. Except for Trump, whose ability to wear a rat on his head has astounded people for generations.

Mathematical usage

Googolplexian has also recently eclisped "pi" as the most stupid and difficult number to calculate and use in modern life, as voted by the readers at "Calculation!" magazine. It received 9.5/10 for uselessness, 8/10 for word diffculty, and googolplexian/10 for calculation difficulty. If you, by any chance want to get to this number, it is Googolplex^Googolplex^Googolplex^Googolplex... In a graphing calculator it says OVERFLOW, but a googol is already an OVERFLOW.

Use in Video Games

In the summer of 1999, Ubisoft, along with various other near broke companies, made a game called "Googolplexian: the land of 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,002 Levels." The basics of the game were that you ran through levels with a minigun, shooting down mathematical symbols that attacked you, and use your skills to defeat such foes as pi, circumference, diameter, and so on. However the game got poor reviews, with many people sighting too hard difficulty and camera problems, along with the fact that the 2% who got past the first few levels found that there was only 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,004 levels instead of the 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,002 as promised.

Use in media

In 2010, Justine Bieber's music video "Baby" received a googolplex dislikes. In 2011, her ex-girlfriend Rebecca Black released the music video "Friday", which reached a Googolplex-Googolplex dislikes. This caused the eventual break-up of their relationship.


It was recently argued in Maths, Not Us! magazine that Googolplexian was the most annoying thing since Burgo's catch phrase, and gave 12 reasons for this, quote;

  • 1. Too hard to spell
  • 2. Too big a number
  • 3. Useless
  • 4. Is probably homosexual.
  • 5. Too big
  • 6. It's not on a calculator
  • 6. Too big
  • 7. Its got nothing to do with Ford V. Holdens
  • 8. It causes erectile dysfunction
  • 9. You can't download it
  • 10. Cheesecake is better
  • 11. Pie is even better
  • 12. Even Googolplexian would have noticed the mistake first time around...
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