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Just Give'r: A Handguide By Terry & Dean


Now available - reissued due to popular demand!

What happens when two metal-loving headbangers write a book? Find out when Just Give’r: A Handguide by Terry & Dean rocks into your neighbourhood. Terry and Dean (infamous subjects of the 2002 Sundance cult hit mockumentary FUBAR) have put together a guide that contains everything today’s conscious, party-minded individual needs to know to make the most of their every day.

• Camping
• Emergencies
• Romancing Your Old Lady
• Representing Yourself in Court
• Medical Care
• Transportation
• Givin’er
• More!!!

If FUBAR was a bird’s-eye view into the lives of these two rock & roll everymen, Just Give’r is an unapologetic journey into their very minds. Not for the faint of heart, Terry and Dean tell it like it is, and it isn’t always pretty.


Terry Cahill is currently working towards his welding tickets. He has been a part of many labour forces around the country, from swamping to almost foreman. He recently leased a truck that has tones of power and torque. He was born in Sudbury and now lives in Calgary, Alberta.

Dean Murdoch just recorded a demo with his new band Mammalz and is shopping it around to major labels. He visited his cousin Murray recently and caught a 3-pound bass fishing on Candle Lake, Saskatchewan. It was “fuckin tasty.”


FUBAR received rave reviews at Sundance in 2002 and has since sold over 30,000 copies in Canada alone. The film has rapidly become a worldwide cult hit, thanks to distribution through Alliance Atlantis (Canada, UK, France, Spain) and Xenon in the United States. Check out for more info.


“Check it out h’ostie! It’s a flawless step-by-step guide to getting hosed. F**k, it’s more than that, tabernak!” –Eddie Alsop, Vice Magazine, May 2005

“More than just a ‘road map to partying,’ Canuckistani style… [Just Give’r] speaks to the essence of life itself in the Great White North.” -Jamie O’Meara,Montreal Hour, December 2, 2004

“This book is freaking hilarious and I recommend a sixer of Schlitz to enhance the experience of reading it.” –Jeremy Milks, Ottawa XPress, November 11, 2004

“This book is not suitable for children.” –John MacFarlane, Montreal Gazette, December 2004