Title: The Big Enchilada
The BIG ENCHILADA is a temporary, extreme measure and is designed to create extra parental pressure to attain what the parents believe to be “MERELY ADEQUATE” and proper levels of performance in the areas of:
Manners (to parents, siblings and others),
Attention to Duty,
Unsolicited response to the needs of the household and its inhabitants.
JURISDICTION: THE BIG ENCHILADA RULES apply to all Children.
IF ONE CHILD MESSES UP, ALL SIBLINGS GETS ASSESSED A KABONG … in other words
EVERY child will have a kabong assessed if any child shall be adjudged a violator of the BIG ENCHILADA RULES in either:
1. Parental Summary Judgement; (this means parents decide with
NO discussion with kids, whatever); or
2. A Parental Court (where one parent decides there is a Material Question of Fact as to the accused or some unknown member of the group of children’s actual violation of the BIG ENCHILADA RULES).
(You can hire your sibling to represent you as your Attorney at the Parental Court Trial.)
Trials in which parties become emotional will be suspended with the kabong penalties remaining payable until the Parental Judge is satisfied that the participants are in Emotional Control.
INCENTIVE TO REMAIN CALM:
“Kabongs paid” in cases WHERE A TRIAL IS SUSPENDED FOR EMOTIONALISM and the accused is later found to be “Innocent” will not be allowed as a set off against any future kabongs.
LIFTING THE RULES:
At the sole discretion of the parents, the BIG ENCHILADA RULES may be lifted PROVIDED THAT 3 UNEVENTFUL DAYS HAVE PASSED WITHOUT INCIDENT after the payment of each and every kabong by 100% of the kids.
MUST LIFT FOR ALL:
The BIG ENCHILADA rules may not be lifted for one or more children in a group unless they are lifted for all children in that group.
Kabongs are not transferable to another and may not be paid by another child … even if the child is the ACTUAL GUILTY PARTY who causes the whole group to be “kabonged.”
PARENTAL JUDGE SELECTS THE PROPER PUNISHMENT TYPE KABONG:
The Parental Judge, acting alone, whether acting Summarily or Assessing Punishment upon a Finding of Fact in a Trial, and after hearing a Motion by Defendant or through Counsel, as to What type Punishment is deemed “appropriate”, shall assess the Kabong it deems appropriate.
Defendants and Sibling Attorneys representing them are hereby notified that “You “Only Get One Shot at it” and after the Closing of the Presentation of the Admissable Evidence, there is NO Appeal to the Parental Judges Ruling, except as to a Procedural Inadequacy at Trial … and you’ll never get that in MY Court.
TYPES OF KABONGS:
Restrictions from telephone privileges.
Restriction to house and/or room.
Restriction from athletic classes and meets.
Loss of dating.
Loss of parties.
Loss of swimming.
Get-togethers and cancellation of camp.
Loss of the Privilege to have Visitors.
Loss of TV Privileges.
Extra Household Duties.
Forced Servitude for the benefit of siblings or other children.
Washing of wine bottles.
BIG ENCHILADA RULES shall apply to all persons under the age of 17 collectively as a group, but shall apply individually and separately from the group to all persons 17 years of age or older.
We, the undersigned, Understand the above Rules.