To make fun or make fun of
An instance of mockery or derision
The tone of the writer is that of person who can but scoff at current fashion.
Die-hard fans will scoff at this option, but it means that everyone can now play a rousing game of American football.
Before you scoff at the idea of pancakes in a can, carefully consider the hassle it can be making pancakes in the morning.
But regardless of appearances, your interviewer may take one look at your black leather Jack Georges garnish, and scoff silently behind his desk.
Most of us scoff at the notion of a man becoming pregnant, but for people like Thomas Beatie, the reality of a pregnancy is a dream come true.