Ah, pay no heed if your enemies laugh. They'll not be able to once you lop off their heads.
Everyone has a sense of humor. If you don't laugh at jokes, you probably laugh at opinions.
What I admire about the modern atheist is not at all his logic, but rather his gift of imagination. There will always be the cartoon versions of Christianity further perpetuated by the extremist atheists who do not possess the humility to ask real scholars and theologians its difficult questions. There is little doubt that the atheist has the bigger imagination: the first reason is due to his persistent caricatures of what constitutes a Christian; the second because of his belief that most of his questions are actually rhetorical. From this I can infer that, instead of laughing at one another (the Christian at modern atheist immaturity and the modern atheist at Christian stupidity), we would have a better chance at productivity laughing with one another as we all dumb down what we don't understand.
Some things are made funny to some people by their ignorance.
The world is a perpetual caricature of itself; at every moment it is the mockery and the contradiction of what it is pretending to be.
Nastiness and mockery and meanness sometimes seem as if they're spreading like a contagion.
Marilyn Manson is a mockery of American pop culture.
'Mary Poppins,' the movie, was an object of mockery if you were a student in the '60s, something to be laughed at.
Isn't it the sweetest mockery to mock our enemies?
The swelling epidemic of human trafficking makes a mockery of the law and its protections.