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Man Tries To Buy Tim & Faith's Mansion...But When He Calls The Realtor? HYSTERICAL

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Tim mcgraw Songs | Man Tries To Buy Tim & Faith's Mansion...But When He Calls The Realtor? HYSTERICAL | Country Music Videos
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In one of the funniest videos you'll see today, a man reaches out to the real estate agent who is in charge of the mansion currently owned by country music power couple, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

Commonly referred to as the most expensive property currently for sale in Nashville, Tennessee, this massive estate isn't short of any features - but it's the questions about these specific features that has this comical phone call taking an unexpected turn! 

This hilarious prank was crafted by none other than famed country radio host Bobby Bones and his co-host 'Lunchbox'. Having Lunchbox dial up the real estate agent, he coyly tries to get him to reveal its connection to the power couple, but his questions quickly get even more wild and fanatic. 

"So you're telling me Tim and Faith had a picnic in that pasture?!" Lunchbox can be heard saying to the agent in one section of this hilarious phone call. 

The real estate agent is all laughs and giggles in this prank, clearly trying to keep his composure while what he believes is a crazed fan peppers him with questions that somehow seem to loop back around to Tim and Faith's time at the home. 

Watch this hysterical video below and let us know what you think in the comments! 

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