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Here's a question...

A friends child shows you a card trick, they get you to pick a card and attempt to find your card. It's poorly performed and they don't guess your card.
Do you humour the card and pretend they found it?
Or do you challenge them to do better and tell them that's not your card?
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dreamsicle · 41-45, F
Depends on the age. Under 5 or 6, I’d probably humor them.
Peppa · 26-30, F
[@678425,dreamsicle] the child was 11
Picklebobble2 · 56-60, M
[@305137,Peppa] Show them how to do it. Watch them. Encourage. Help them grow.
dreamsicle · 41-45, F
[@305137,Peppa] Nope, I’d gently encourage to try again. (I’m a teacher so I do this regularly)
"Sorry that is not it, let's try again"
Peppa · 26-30, F
[@31253,Threepio] the mum wanted me to humour her. I felt uncomfortable lying
[@305137,Peppa] [quote] I felt uncomfortable lying [/quote]

As would I.
coolnudist · 61-69, M
Probably humour them!

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