From Our Partners in Crime: Music While You’re Making Love, Tie Dye Nails, and Career Tips from Conan O’Brien

Welcome to our weekly column: From Our Partners in Crime – a collection of people, products, activities, and trends that are adored by our generation. Enjoy!

TNGG Loves: What To Listen to When You’re Getting It On

Skrillex or Simon and Garfunkel? It could be time to have that talk with your significant other. But, maybe music could save your mediocre sex life! Just be cautious listening to the radio, one of those erectile dysfunction commercials could come on. [College Candy]

TNGG Loves: Are You Overlooking How Facebook Could Help Your Career? [NEW STUDY]

If your boss could see your Facebook posts would you be straight out of a job? Sure, LinkedIn is awesome but Facebook just might be the best career tool you’re not using. Time to start untagging yourself from those photos… [Brazen Careerist]

TNGG Loves: An Open Letter to Adele

She’s tugged at our heart strings and got you singing her songs in the shower – even your dad probably loves her. Face it, you’d totally send Adele a letter if you could. [Hello Giggles]

TNGG Loves: Design DIY: Tie Dye Nails

It’s time to break out that neon nail polish and bring the 80s back! We love DIY which can also be a cheap way to add some flare to your style. Fun idea: anybody here own glow in the dark nail polish? [Carbon Magazine]

TNGG Loves: What Conan O’Brien Taught Me About My Career

In addition to The Washington Post calling Conan “the most intelligent of the late-night comics”, Conan definitely has some cruel career stories of his own. Catch the full video to see one of the best commencement speeches ever. [YouTern]

DISCLOSURE: TNGG has not been paid by any of the products, companies, or people mentioned in this article. All opinions stated here belong solely to the author.

Photo courtesy of  Carbon Magazine.

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