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de·ri·sion (d-rzhn) n.
1. Contemptuous or jeering laughter; ridicule.
2. The act of deriding, or the state of being derided; mockery; scornful or contemptuous treatment which holds one up to ridicule.
[Middle English derisioun, from Anglo-Norman, from Late Latin drsi, drsin-, from Latin drsus, past participle of drdre, to deride. See deride.]
It stops now. One way or another.
If you think I'm talking to you, I probably am. If you're not sure, you should probably play it safe. My patience has ended, and all I really need right now is an excuse.