me when no when else but me is laughing
always kicked out (wellallmost)
Firstly, there are the more informal roleplayers. They have a style often used in fandom or more spur of the moment roleplays. A roleplay enlisting this style of roleplaying will often have a paragraph dictating the plot without too much detail, a small form and in general will require smaller posts. These roleplayers write often write with text talk or dictate actions by the "*" or "-" signs. These roleplays are more for fun.
An example would be: "Anna smiled at Kristy how r u she said."
Secondly, there are the more formal roleplayers. They have a style found more in roleplays that are detailed, more thought out and often not fandom roleplays. A roleplay enlisting this style of roleplaying will often require a longer form, longer and more detailed posts and will have a detailed plot and setting. These roleplayers tend to take roleplays a bit more seriously and rather when posts are grammatically correct, at least a paragraph long, more detailed, more structured and have no text talk.
An example would be (but sometimes longer): "Fingers swept back immaculate strands of strawberry blond tousled by a slight breeze. Wisps of pale flaxen an almost pink in the sunlight framed defiantly puffed cheeks and lips drawn down in distaste. "It's not as grand as ours at all. Just—just gardens everywhere and dreadfully dull." The blond groaned, beryl gaze appraising each bright, twisting flower with contempt."
Possibly, the roleplay called for people more of the second type and you fell more to the first type (I'm assuming because you use text talk and a quick glance through your posts, sorry). People tend to want to stick to those of their type of roleplaying in their roleplays. I'm sure your friend did not want to offend you.
ᴀ ʜᴇᴀʀᴛ ɪᴤ ᴀ ʜᴇᴀᴠʏ ʙᴜʀᴅᴇɴ .