You mean "bold" in a good or a negative way, chai? I'm not sure what you mean.
Well, bold as in if I had a daughter who asked to trade fish, with both kids knowing the other one was more desireable, I feel I would need to talk to her later about it.
I know they're kids. But if you're going to be gracious and give your friend the 2nd fish you won, you might as well go all the way.
soz, I know you have a very good child, but the way you described it sounded like....I'll give you something, as long as I get to choose the best.
she's got a really cool fish with a mohawk. that sounds like the better deal.
As far as the friend being untoward, I think she was put in an awkward situation, where saying she wanted to keep what she got handed to her made her seem uncooperative/selfish when that isn't something she should have been asked.
When you ask a friend to your home to dinner, don't you offer them first choice of what's being served?
You don't say "oh, I was going to take that pork chop"