First off, if you're one of those kids who just says "you lost elo because you are bad," don't bother commenting. You will be ignored.
Anyway, I had been in the mid 1200s for a while (played ~150 ranked games at this point), and then had a losing streak and went down to the 1100s. However, since dropping to the 1100s it has been nearly impossible to climb out.
I know what you are thinking. You are thinking I am going to blame my teammates for "being noobs" and say the other team was OP. Well, you are just 100% wrong. I am not blaming my team for sucking or saying the other team was OP, but it has been impossible for me to get my back up because players below 1200 seem to have a completely different notion about how the game works, and the rules of champion select.
EXAMPLE: Since falling below 1200, everyone seems to think that they should automatically get whatever role they call, regardless of pick. At least 2/3 games that I have played at since dropping below 1200, two players end up arguing about who gets what lane, and one of them (almost always the lower pick) always ends up trolling the game by picking the same role (most times top mid or adc), and ****ing the entire team over, usually bot lane.
I know what you're thinking now too: Well if you really belonged at a higher elo you would carry your entire team on your shoulders. Guess what? I main ADC, and I can't carry when I have to 1v2 against another ADC with a support to back them up, or there is another troll ADC on my team who is actively trying to prevent me from farming. So no, it is not possible to carry my entire team under those circumstances. Maybe TPA or CLG could do something like this, but those of us who don't have unlimited time to play the game can't, so don't tell me it's realistic to be able to do this.
I really just don't know what to do anymore. Why can't people just learn the rules? Why do 75% of the players below 1200 elo think that they can just troll their lobby because someone with a higher pick wanted to play a role that they "called"?