That’s some school trip

Seven girls aged between 13 and 14 have fallen pregnant after going on a school trip in Bosnia.

Furious parents are demanding to know why there was such a lack of teacher supervision when the girls, from the town of Banja Luka, returned from a five-day trip to the capital city.

The school had taken 28 girls on the educational outing to Sarajevo to visit museums and other historical sitess, but since returning the girls have now reportedly dropped out of lessons.

13 thoughts on “That’s some school trip”

  1. So Much for Subtlety

    So precisely one-in-four? Nothing suspicious about that at all.

    The question should not be where the teachers were. After all, the police ought to start with a DNA test on the teachers. The question should be whether the people of Bosnia want European values. You join for protection from Serbs and pretty soon you get Europe’s culture of premarital sex and abortion as well.

    Assuming that TW hasn’t hit three bullsh!t stories in a row.

  2. bloke (not) in spain

    Going to depend on whether those girls were 13 or 14., isn’t it?
    If 13, all very reprehensible, lessons should be learned, something should be done. If 14, butt out, mind your own business, get lost.
    Age of consent. It does mean age of consent.

  3. ‘fallen pregnant ‘ how does one fall pregnant. Is pregnancy now like flu were you can fall ill? On the other hand it is coming up to Christmas…

  4. “I think the rhyming could get tricky.”

    And, Charlie, you might be making unwarranted assumptions about their .. *ahem* ….’state’ before leaving their hometown…

  5. bloke (not) in spain

    “But is it true, or just a case of schoolgirl hysteria?”

    Does make you wonder, doesn’t it?
    28 Bosnianas. 5 days. 7 jackpots
    If I’ve got my gynecology right, the female fertile window’s about 7 days in length. Gives a theoretical 12 conception opportunities, over 5 days, to win the prize. So with 28 lassies, 9 & a bit get a shot at it. Presuming even distribution of timing of menstrual cycle.
    What’s the hit rate per instance of rumpy-pumpy?

    All 28 were at it like knives for a week?

    I’d call bollocks. Or there’s something we’re not being told.

  6. My guess is they spent the night in a hotel or hostel when they ran into a group of boys who were on a similar trip. When I was about 19 I went with 30 or so other boys on a week’s school trip around central Europe, ostensibly for history. In Prague we found ourselves in a colossal Soviet-style hotel out in the sticks – with a group of about 50 Spanish schoolkids aged between 16-18, of both sexes. Even once the Spanish lads had taken their pick there was enough left over in the group for a good few of the English lads to have some fun. I don’t think any of us got in a position to get any of them pregnant, but it was easy to see how it could happen: we certainly had the motive, means, and opportunity.

  7. Banja Luka is the administrative capital of the Serbian bit of B&H. Sarajevo is the capital of the whole country, the capital of the non-Serbian bit, and the official capital of the Serbian bit, although not the capital in practice because Serbs don’t live in it. (There is a Serbian “East Sarajevo”, but this is a new town on the edge of Sarajevo which was built using foreign money to provide displaced Serbs with housing).

    So this trip was a trip in which Serbs went to a non-Serbian place populated by people who hate them in the interests of national unity.

    So there is politics in this: possibly of the kind in which one community accuses the women of the other of having loose morals, or alternately one group accusing the males of the other of being predatory, or something. Nothing is simple in that country.

  8. Eddy is so right, whenever I hear the expression, ‘falling pregnant’ I immediately see someone falling off a bus, or tripping over a kerb. Hardly an accident is it?

  9. @BniS I’d call bollocks. Or there’s something we’re not being told.
    Possible explanation is that the menstrual cycles of women living together – e.g. in a nurse’s college – become synchronized.

  10. So Much for Subtlety

    bloke (not) in spain – “If 14, butt out, mind your own business, get lost. Age of consent. It does mean age of consent.”

    The parents may well think that the school had a duty of care no matter what the age of the girls is. I can certainly see why they would think that.

  11. “Fallen Pregnant.”

    Just another phrase used by Women to avoid responsibility. They should say ” Had unprotected sex with a Man.”

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