Parachutes falling from sky are stuff dreams are made of

Floating Grilled Cheeses to Parachute Into New York City

Melted cheese ... falling from the sky. It's the stuff dreams are made of.

And that carb-filled dream is about to come true for New Yorkers!

An Australian company that sends parachuting grilled cheese sandwiches to hungry customers waiting on the ground, is coming to the Big Apple. The floating grilled sammies are called Jafflechutes, a play on the Australian word for grilled cheese. Here's how the skydiving food works.

Cheese enthusiasts order their 6 dollar meal via PayPal.

The "Jafflechutes" creators will pick a time and spot in New York City, mark it with an "X," and voila, a sandwich sliced and ready to eat floats down.

The creators say the outlandish idea is the result of brainstorming business ideas, while taking a break from technology.

That's some tasty creativity I think we can all get behind. Cupcake A-T-M, it's your move.

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