28 Nov 2018

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Lord Littlejohn was the sun around whom most of the other students orbited, the leading light in student society, and it simply didn't do to disappont him, or otherwise incur his laconic displeasure. Not if you wanted to be in with the 'in' crowd, anyway!

In the sentences above, I don't understand the parts "didn't do to dissapoint him" and "be in with the 'in' crowd."
Could anyone clarify this for me?

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