I was working on Saturday, and I approached a family with a 6-year-old boy. I waved, and his grandpa said to him, "What do we say to pretty girls?" I kept quiet, and sat down and started to get shy. I was perfectly fine with that and told him he didn't have to say anything if he didn't want to. But his grandpa kept pushing him, saying, "Now, what do we say to pretty girls?" He yelled out, "Hubba hubba."

I am not sure how I feel about this. I didn't know how to react, so I just smiled and said goodbye, but I couldn't help but wonder if this was an example of how we teach our (mostly) men that street harassment is ok.

Thoughts?