I’ve never been kicked, but I’ve been portion of a couple of groups where other people got a properly-deserved boot.
I used to be healing a Dire Maul group with an alt, and asked if we’re able to perform tribute run. Everyone responded yes with the exception of the tank that remained silent. Then proceeded to operate down into that first pit and eliminating the guard there while the other countries in the group stayed in the entrance yelling at him to quit. Long story short—he got snotty concerning this, said he didn’t need the everybody else. I told him that has been good because I wasn’t gonna heal him, so he ran off without other people and died horribly, giving us numerous entitled attitude along the way. I then one other agreed that people weren’t going to deal with that bull, so most of us waited a great ten to fifteen minutes until we will kick him.
On another occasion I had been healing Hour of Twilight that has a DK “tank”. Within the rogue boss he wouldn’t kite her out of those annoying LoS blocking clouds. We survived somehow, but, figuring he didn’t know the fight, I pointed out that she needed to be got out on the smoke. His response was, ” for you personally, I am not saying a tank, I’m just to put the satchel,” among other things. Naturally we sat and waited to kick him. I ended up making an alt on his server and informing his GM about his behavior.
My most current kicking experience was an LFR group. On the list of healers was apparently over a tight schedule, and informed most of us that individuals were planning to blow through this it doesn’t matter what speed anybody was more comfortable with. She pulled two bosses on three separate occasions seeking to speed things up, achieving outright dying and making the boss WoW Gold US and bitching the entire time. Several of us were very vocal about her stupidity and informed her that, as an alternative to inflicting her schedule on twenty-four strangers that she shouldn’t queue for LFR if she’s right away. That did not manage to wrap up to her, nor did she be aware that her tactics were counterproductive. Again, kicked.