“Not long ago, before 21 became the new retirement age, a monogrammed pen and a sturdy piece of luggage were comme il faut, the subtext being, ‘Drop us a line. And stay away! We’re turning your room into a sewing nook.’ Today, according to the Pew Research Center, one out of eight persons aged 22 to 29 reports having been boomeranged to a parent’s house because of the recession… 37 percent of 18 to 29 year-olds are currently unemployed.”
comme il faut k?m’ ?l f?’
or accepted standards; proper.