We all can imagine some day in the future when our food will be delivered by drones. A Los Angeles-based filmmaker Max Lanma simply could not wait for that day to come. In a new video, he took to the skies to see if he could deliver a burrito to himself without getting out of his chair.

The adventure was a lot more intense than expected. Lost signals, low batteries, and high winds will keep you on the edge of your seat.

I asked Max what inspired this crazy idea, and he told me: “I love burritos and I love flying my drone. So, this was something I have always wanted to try. After I became friends with Alex, who owned the taqueria down the street, it became fate.”

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You may remember Max from the viral Used Car Commercial he made for his girlfriend’s 1996 Honda Accord

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The “Burrito Drone” rig that Max made was simple

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The rig consisted of his drone with a rope tied to it and a bag on the end to carry the burrito. He clipped on $10 cash to pay for the burrito.

First, he called his friend Alex, who owned the taqueria down the street, to place his order

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Then he flew the “Burrito Drone” down to Alex’s Taqueria

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After Max lowered the drone down, Alex came outside

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Max used the drone’s built-in camera to navigate the flight. When he got it down to Alex, the drone lost signal for a few seconds, causing him to panic.

Alex took the payment and placed the burrito in the bag. He gave the thumbs up and Max flew away

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Max was happy to have the burrito on board. The flight back went smoothly

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But by the time he was ready to land, the drone was running out of batteries and the wind was going crazy

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Thankfully, he was able to land it safely…

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And enjoy his burrito!

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“It’s still warm!”

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Watch the “Burrito Drone” video:

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At that end of the video, Max shared the sad news that since they filmed the video, Alex had to close down his taqueria. Max started a GoFundMe to help Alex launch his new taqueria

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So far, the GoFundMe has raised over $600.

Now, who’s hungry for a burrito?