PayPal Accidentally Credits SatireWorld Editor $92 Quadrillion Dollars!

by on 17/07/13 at 8:24 pm

Bargis sat at his computer and opened his PayPal account and was shocked!

Bargis opened his PayPal account and was shocked! But not as much as the female CableVision tech who was beneath his desk working on his internet connection!

Orlando, FL – (

When SatireWorld editor Bargis Tryhol opened his June PayPal e-mail statement, something was off. The jovial editor’s account balance had swelled to a whopping $92,233,720,368,547,800.

That’s $92 QUADRILLION (and change).

Money that would make Tryhol…who also sells his popular book on eBay in his spare time…the richest man in the world by a long shot.

Rich, as in more than a million times richer than Mexican telecom mogul Carlos Slim. And he’s worth $67 billion.

“Oh, if only,” says Tryhol as he placed postage on a shipment of books going to eBay customers.

“It’s a curious thing. I don’t know, maybe someone was having fun,” Tryhol said.

So he logged online, and reality bit back. His account balance read $0. The correct amount.

PayPal admitted the error and offered to donate an unspecified amount of money to a cause of Tryhol’s choice.

“This is obviously an error and we appreciate that Mr. Tryhol understood this was the case,” PayPal said in a statement.

Before this incident, the most Tryhol ever made on PayPal was “a little over $1,000” selling his book…‘Confessions by the Man With The World’s Largest Penis’.

So what would the would-be quadrillionaire have done with all that cash?

“I probably would have paid down the national debt,” he said.

3 Responses to “PayPal Accidentally Credits SatireWorld Editor $92 Quadrillion Dollars!”

  1. captain america

    Jul 18th, 2013

    Two weeks paid vacation for the staff and residuals would have been nice……and an hour at the shooting range with Barbie Benson….

    • Bargis

      Jul 18th, 2013

      Heck Cap! I had you down for a Porsche Carrera and Jman for a 3 night date date with Kate Upton in the Bahamas! I was even going to buy Skoob something, but no one could give me a price on buying character and honesty.

  2. captain america

    Jul 18th, 2013

    … should have axed Sharpton for the going price
    For selling out…..Lowton also comes to mind!

    Thanks for the thought anyway…that’s wot counts, innit?

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