From Our Partners In Crime: V-Day Break Ups, Work And Pleasure, Sexism, and Deadmau5 At the Grammys

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!

RomanceTNGG Loves: How Dating Clichés Can Help You Ace the Job Search

Sometimes work and pleasure can bare many similarities. First step is to hold the door open for your boss and call them at odd hour of the night “just to talk.” Just kidding. [Brazen Careerist]

TNGG Loves: The 5 Steps to Break Up With Your Ex

We take no responsibility for this one but if you’re going to do it then you might as well do it right. Here are the five steps and questions you need to ask yourself to make sure you minimize risks and aim for the best results. [Good Men Project]

TNGG Loves: Deadmau5 Pranks Skrillex at Grammys

“U Mad Bro?” If you’re going to appear on public television you might as well take advantage of it. This one goes into the hall of fame. [College Candy]

Deadmau5 GrammysTNGG Loves: Top 4 Reasons You May be Seen as Unemployable

Have you been hitting a rock in the job hunt? Are friends at YouTern have surveyed over 100 college students this past couple of weeks. Here are their top reasons why you might be having trouble finding a job. [YouTern]

TNGG Loves: Sexism, Stereotypes Fill Valentine’s Day: Are Americans Stuck in a ‘Mad Men’ Dating Mentality?

“Valentine’s Day offers the media a chance to rehash every gender stereotype possible, and I have to sit and listen to every one. Some of the articles I’ve run across this past week have made me question whether I’m living in 2012 or the 1950s-era misogynistic times of Mad Men.” [PolicyMic]

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 Brazen Careerist (top) and College Candy (bottom). 

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