Does it minimize, mock, or glorify sin?
Fools make a mock at sin:1 but among the righteous there is favour. (Proverbs 14:9)
Entertainment, recreation, or speech that makes light of sin or of the guilt associated with sin is characteristic of fools. Does it glorify God, for example, to find humour in drunkenness?
But fornication, and all uncleanness, or covetousness, let it not be once named among you, as becometh saints; neither filthiness [obscenity/shamefulness], nor foolish talking [buffoonery/silly talk], nor jesting [filthy/vulgar joking], which are not convenient: but rather giving of thanks. (Ephesians 5:3-4)
Although Eph. 5:1-2 is not cited above, it should be noted that verses 3-4 are connected to verses 1-2 with the adversative/continuative conjunction δὲ, appropriately translated as "but." Thus, the ideas of "following God, as dear children" and "walking in love" are set in opposition to the prohibited behaviour mentioned in verses 3 and 4. Can it be Biblical to say that someone can continually and characteristically engage in those behaviours while loving Christ and following God? May a follower of Christ take pleasure in such things?