Oh, Internet, I love you. Not only can Wolfram Alpha (the computational search engine that is the darling of scientists and geeks everywhere) answer the question above posited on Twitter by @hell0jed, but you allow for the knowledge of the existence of people who would ask questions like this.
The answer, for those whose eyes glaze over after the fourth comma in a
large number, is 11,613,777,623,825,440,944,685,056–that is to say,
eleven septillion six hundred thirteen sextillion seven hundred
seventy-seven quintillion six hundred twenty-three quadrillion eight
hundred twenty-five trillion four hundred forty billion nine hundred
forty-four million six hundred eighty-five thousand fifty-six, or the
equivalent of every single human on earth eating 1.727 trillion Double
Whoppers with Cheese.
Somebody call up Paula Deen and ask her to whip up a few sextillion biscuits, would you?