People show their character by what they laugh at.
It is a great art to laugh at your own misfortune.
You grow up the day you have your first real laugh -- at yourself.
Really, you just laugh at it and kind of shrug it off, because if you took it personally, you'd be depressed all the time. I do try to laugh.
When you realize how perfect everything is you will tilt your head back and laugh at the sky.
The professors laugh at themselves, they laugh at life; they long ago abjured the bitch-goddess Success, and the best of them will fight for his scholastic ideals with a courage and persistence that would shame a soldier. The professor is not afraid of words like truth; in fact he is not afraid of words at all.
I don't have a star-type attitude. I'm down-to-earth. I tend to laugh at my success. I don't take myself all that seriously. If you take yourself too seriously in this business, you'll get hurt badly.
I like her as a friend because she's intelligent, worldly and knows how to laugh at herself. I appreciate that - especially in this town, where there's a lot of personality.
If you can laugh at yourself loud and hard every time you fall, people will think you're drunk.
You have to have a sense of humor about yourself and laugh at yourself in the company of those you lead.
Never be afraid to laugh at yourself, after all, you could be missing out on the joke of the century.
One could laugh at the world better if it didn't mix tender kindliness with its brutality.
When it's all through after a few days, people are going to laugh at the media for their overreaction.
We laugh at our stories now, but it wasn't funny five and six months ago.
People will laugh at those figures. In Poland, people began laughing at communist authorities and this is when Solidarity won. We are getting there.
I think a lot of the athletes here will walk by and laugh at us, but that just makes me want them to do it. They look at it like it's not hard, but it is.
I have often been gratefully aware of the heroic efforts of my opponent not to laugh at me.
I think we're losing our sense of humor instead of being able to relax and laugh at ourselves. I don't care whether it's ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, or whose ox is being gored.
I didn't like to read, ... I was embarrassed because I didn't want kids to laugh at me, and kids sometimes have the tendency to make you feel bad when you can't do what the teacher wants you to do.
After me, everybody started drafting speed. But they used to laugh at a lot of those guys because they couldn't catch. Otto Graham once said that I had 9.1 speed and 12-flat hands, but I proved him wrong. I was the leader of the pack.
Never lose your ability to laugh at yourself, including within the world around you. And that adolescents are still adolescents. I don't think kids have changed that much. The troubles they have are universal.
I laugh at really dirty [expletive deleted]. I always have.
That red hair of hers was a warning signal. To this day I laugh at how she beat those boys.
I love it when people laugh at the clowns and clap at the crazy stunts we're able to pull off. I've seen parents bring a baby that's 9 months old and tell me that they're bringing him to the show because their parents used to bring them to the circus when they were young. There's so many options in family entertainment today, but none as classic and as interactive as the circus.
If you can't laugh at yourself, then who can you laugh at?