In other words, it's the beer to get drunk on.
This was the slogan of Schaefer Beer, a now defunct brand that at one time was the fifth-largest brewer in the United States and was particularly popular in Puerto Rico and Guam. See also 70's, Alcohol, Beer.
Even if you've never wanted to wear a beard restraint, or for that matter, a beard, this catalog photo is sure to change your mind. See also Beards.
A sandwich in a can, or, as the manufacturer describes it, "a new and innovative sandwich product for grab-and-go convenience." See also Lazy.
1974 Paul Anka song that includes the lyric "Whoa, the seed inside ya, Baby, do you feel it growin'?", making it a classic karaoke choice. See also Karaoke.
These aren't really flying off the shelves, are they? See also Sex.
Because you're a selfless guy, right? See also Sex.
Sounds like an affliction of tuckered-out puppies, but actually an accumulation of fluid beneath the skin, sometimes as a result of the gout. See also Old-Timey.
Euphemistic expletive used in Battlestar Galatica and always said with a straight face. See also Profanity, Television.
Subset of Soft Rock distinguished by nautical song themes and album art. Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Christopher Cross, and Toto were the most significant practitioners, with Cross's Sailing being the signature expression of the genre. Further details available here. See also 70's, 80's, Wealth.