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    #1

    Just push the one of the cards' edges against the table.

    Parent: I've already shuffled those cards. Just line them up.

    Child: How do I do that?

    Parent: Just push one of the cards' edges against the table.
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    Re: Just push the one of the cards' edges against the table.

    It's not clear what you mean. You would need to tap the whole pack against the table to straighten them.

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