I suppose whether or not it's funny depends upon whether you're human or God. I suspect God finds us quite amusing. He gave us free will, and what we've done with it has been, well, pretty funny when you think about it. As species go, we're spectacular screw-ups. From Eve's stupidity in Eden (what kind of dipstick listens to a snake, for crying out loud?) to the present day, we've managed to elevate idiocy to an art form.
Think about it. When the Great Flood came, how many people boarded the Ark? Though everyone was waiting for the Messiah to come, how many actually recognized him when he arrived? The list of missed boats is a long one.
We think we're the most intelligent species on this planet, but we get more wrong than we get right. And though some of us are arrogant enough to believe there is no higher power than man, God always gets the last laugh. At least we have entertainment value.
A while back, Joss Whedon, writer and director of The Avengers, was interviewed by Entertainment Weekly. In that interview, Whedon proudly acknowledged he's an atheist. He went on to talk about how his lack of belief made him enjoy writing that scene in The Avengers in which Loki arrogantly proclaims himself a god and therefore above everyone else...whereupon the Hulk snatched him up and slammed him around like a rag doll. As he dropped Loki and departed, he growled, "Puny god."
Avengers 2: Age of Ultron recently began principal filming, and it's rumored the roles of Hawkeye and the Black Widow are much larger than they were in the first movie. This morning, it was announced that actress Scarlett Johansson, who plays the Black Widow, is pregnant with her first child. Sure, she has a stunt double--but depending upon how far along she is, she may not be able to wear the Widow's skin-tight black leather for long. I suspect major script rewrites may be needed....
I'm picturing God, watching and laughing. "Hey, Whedon--a little miracle for Scarlett, and a lot of extra work for you. Who's the puny god now?"