A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from April 09, 2021
“If you eat donuts fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re jogging”

"If you eat cake/cookies/donuts fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re jogging/walking” is a jocular saying that has been printed on many images. “I heard if you eat fast enough, the fitbit will think you’re exercising” was posted on Twitter by Greg Bałaga on September 20, 2017.

“If you eat cake fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re running” was posted on Twitter by Deb on November 5, 2017. “If you eat cake fast enough, your Fitbit will think you are walking” was posted on Twitter by W. Joe Taylor on November 15, 2017. “LPT: If you eat your cake fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re walking” was posted on Reddit—ShittyLifeProTips on December 29, 2017. “IF YOU EAT CAKE FAST ENOUGH, YOUR FITBIT WILL THINK YOU’RE WALKING” was posted on Twitter by Lori Irons on March 27, 2019.

“If you eat donuts fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re walking” was posted on Twitter by Dave Robertson on September 29, 2017. “Just found this out: if you eat donuts fast enough your Fitbit will think you’re jogging. #gameon” was posted on Twitter by Paul Polfus on March 31, 2018. “If you eat donuts fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re jogging” was posted on Twitter by Bobby Rich on May 7, 2018.

“‘If you eat cookies fast enough your Fitbit will think you’re walking.’ Things heard on the radio & one hell of a life hack” was posted on Twitter by BrandonFSU-Half Vaccinated on December 7, 2017. “#TipOfTheDay - If you can eat those cookies FAST ENOUGH, your Fitbit will think you’re Power Walking” was posted on Twitter by StormRaven on December 29, 2017. “If you eat cookies fast enough your Fitbit will think you’re running” was posted on Twitter by blaircwilke on April 29, 2018. “fun fact: if you eat cookies fast enough, fitbit will think you’re running” was posted on Twitter by Insomnia cookies on October 4, 2018.

“If you eat your tacos fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re running” was posted on Twitter by Chronic Tacos Hawaii on September 21, 2018. “If you eat tacos fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re walking. Stay healthy” was posted on Twitter by TheModernMom on March 4, 2020. “If you eat cake/pizza/donuts fast enough, your fitbit will think you’re walking” was posted on Twitter by Umar Haji on March 8, 2021.


Wikipedia: Fitbit
Fitbit, Inc. is an American consumer electronics and fitness company headquartered in San Francisco, California. Its products are activity trackers, smartwatches, wireless-enabled wearable technology devices that measure data such as the number of steps walked, heart rate, quality of sleep, steps climbed, and other personal metrics involved in fitness. Before October 2007, the company was previously named Healthy Metrics Research, Inc.

Twitter
Greg Bałaga
@dreen_gb
Replying to @_PartyElite
I heard if you eat fast enough, the fitbit will think you’re exercising.
10:31 AM · Sep 20, 2017·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Dave Robertson
@DaveRobertson1
If you eat donuts fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re walking.
8:44 PM · Sep 29, 2017·Facebook

Twitter
Corrinne Clark
@QuirkyCorrinne
If you eat donuts fast enough your Fitbit will think you’re walking #yourewelcome
11:07 AM · Sep 30, 2017·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Jer Hopkins
@JayHopBassDrop
If you eat doughnuts fast enough, your FitBit will think you’re walking.
1:52 PM · Oct 3, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Deb
@dizydb17
If you eat cake fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re running.
(Fitbit cheat #538)
6:22 PM · Nov 5, 2017·Facebook

Twitter
cici
@shutupbesson
if you eat cake fast enough, your fitbit will think you’re running…
7:53 PM · Nov 5, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Canadian Resistance
@CanadensisMax
Diet hack: if you eat bacon fast enough, Fitbit will think you are jogging. 
4:43 PM · Nov 9, 2017·Twitter for iPad

Twitter
W. Joe Taylor
@W_Joe_Taylor
If you eat cake fast enough, your Fitbit will think you are walking.
12:03 PM · Nov 15, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
BrandonFSU-Half Vaccinated
@FSUmanager
“If you eat cookies fast enough your Fitbit will think you’re walking.”
Things heard on the radio & one hell of a life hack.
6:55 AM · Dec 7, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Brandon Moore
@Brandon_Moore1
Replying to @raymondh3h3 and @HockeyRenegade
If you double fist doughnuts fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re running at a high rate of speed!
GIF
12:13 PM · Dec 17, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Reddit—ShittyLifeProTips
Posted by u/Kaamos7 December 29, 2017
LPT: If you eat your cake fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re walking

Twitter
StormRaven
@_StormRaven_
#TipOfTheDay - If you can eat those cookies FAST ENOUGH, your Fitbit will think you’re Power Walking!
9:18 PM · Dec 29, 2017·Twitter for Android

Twitter
. ...Enzo… .
@enzo_tebogo
If you eat chicken fingers fast enough your Fitbit will think you’re exercising
4:03 AM · Jan 4, 2018·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Ben McCool
@BenMcCool
Eat a tube of Pringles fast enough and your Fitbit will think you’re walking
12:04 AM · Jan 25, 2018 from Manhattan, NY·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Paul Polfus
@ppolfus
Just found this out: if you eat donuts fast enough your Fitbit will think you’re jogging. #gameon
7:25 AM · Mar 31, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
blaircwilke
@terilingua
If you eat cookies fast enough your Fitbit will think you’re running
9:31 PM · Apr 29, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Bobby Rich
@TheDriveBobby
If you eat donuts fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re jogging.
4:25 PM · May 7, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Moneylife (India)
How to cheat your step-counter in creative way and stay healthy (The Funny Side)
Nury Vittachi (IANS)
11 May 2018
(...)
Most attractive advice I ever got was this: If you eat three meals a day at buffet-style restaurants, your Fitbit will think you are an exercise nut. Now THAT’S an exercise programme I could really go for.

Twitter
Justin McCartney
@JMcCartneyPxP
If you eat chips fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re running.
2:10 PM · Sep 3, 2018 from Kelowna, British Columbia·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Chronic Tacos Hawaii
@chronictacoshi
If you eat your tacos fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re running
11:48 AM · Sep 21, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
insomnia cookies
@insomniacookies
fun fact: if you eat cookies fast enough, fitbit will think you’re running.
5:02 PM · Oct 4, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Lori Irons
@followLoriirons
IF YOU EAT CAKE FAST ENOUGH, YOUR FITBIT WILL THINK YOU’RE WALKING.
9:45 PM · Mar 27, 2019·Facebook

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/Loovelife October 24, 2019
If we eat our food fast enough, our Fitbit will think we are walking.
COMMENTS
Kaneit66
That’s the fattiest thing I think I’ve ever heard

Twitter
TheModernMom
@themodernnmom
If you eat tacos fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re walking.
Stay healthy
9:06 PM · Mar 4, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Guy
@SamouraiFitness
Pro tip: If you eat donuts fast enough, your Fitbit will think you’re jogging. #FunnyFriday
12:30 AM · Aug 7, 2020·Hootsuite Inc.

Twitter
Umar Haji
@iumarhaji
If you eat cake/pizza/donuts fast enough, your fitbit will think you’re walking.
1:28 AM · Mar 8, 2021·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Doctor Jaime to you
@Treestand_tweet
If you eat wings aggressively enough your Fitbit will think you’re walking. #ManTip
2:14 PM · Mar 18, 2021·Twitter for iPad

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