(Proverbs 14:13 KJV) Even in laughter the heart is sorrowful; and the end of that mirth is heaviness.
Do not overrate “laughter” (7814). We live in a jocular age. Nothing is sacred or beyond the pale. In those rare times when I am forced to watch prime time TV comedy, I notice that most of the humor is slapstick or locker room level. This word is used about a dozen times and usually it has the negative sense of mocking or belittling.
We need to be careful what we laugh at. People often tend to be more sensitive than they let on. We often are trying to say things through humor.
So? Laugh but listen with your soul. Sometimes a word of apology should follow a giggle.