I didn't know where else to put this but any advice would be appreciated
Basically I'm turning 21 at the start of December and because my partner and I live away from our families we decided it would be easier to have one big dual family dinner rather than one with each family. This is better as we don't have a car we both work and I study as well so time really is tight :/
Anyway basically they have never met before and they are two very different sets of people. So I'm anxious as to how this is going to work should I tell them whats acceptable conversation e.g. no politics as his parents are out and out Conservative while my parents are Labor and I don't fancy a political debate at my birthday dinner.
Also his parents are quite into health and fitness where as my family are well, not. So I'm quite worried as to what they will make of each other :/
What do you think should I set up rules or just let them get on with it and hope for the best whilst desperately avoiding the amazing deli on the corner of my street :P
Sorry for the long post.