I suppose it depends on one's frame of mind if one gets upset with another who does something that may seem disruptive during conference - or perhaps laugh where it's not appropriate or - and here is the grandest of them all - be so focused and in tune with the Spirit, that the talks are the only focus and what may be viewed as disruptions by everybody else go unnoticed by the individual who is in tune. I have been the grouch upset with disruptions, the one who laughs where it's not appropriate . . . unfortunately I have never been the individual who is so focused and so Spiritually in tune that I don't feel the least bit distracted. That is my fault. I haven't spiritually prepared to allow myself to remain focused.
I was impressed at Jenna's willingness to take notes during conference. I smiled as I watched her expressions - particularly with Todd Christofferson's talk - who made metaphorical reference to the sacrament. I don't know why Jenna appeared to take it so literally as she wrote: "Bread makes you immortal and a cannibal" - when she finally understood the subject of his talk, she started laughing, and I laughed with her.
It triggered another memory which didn't have to do with conference, but rather sacredness. Sunny, my mom and I were gathered around the dining room table. We honestly weren't even paying attention to whatever Ellen ( who was maybe five) had been watching from the couch. (As I recall, two of us actually had our backs turned toward the television anyway, so it would have been awkward to watch) We started laughing at whatever the conversation had led us to.
Ellen stood up and chewed us out, "This is not funny!" she scorned us. "You shouldn't laugh at this." We all moved our eyes toward her. Behind her on the screen was the animated Savior being crucified. I can guarantee that is NOT what we were laughing at - but in her mind we were being very disrespectful.
I remember Corey sharing an incident with us about being in his Las Vegas ward. He said the congregation was singing "God of Our Fathers" in which the third verse goes: "From war's alarms, from deadly pestilence" only the word "pestilence" is broken up and "pes-ti" reads on the first line while "lence" continues on the second line. So Corey is singing his heart out and belts out "pesti" and finishes with the first suffix that his mind can think of "cides" When he realized his error, he was embarrassed and found it silly that his brain would allow him to believe the word "pesticide" would be used in any hymn.
I personally don't believe that God is an eye-roller. I think there are many times he is just as amused as we are. I know there are times that He laughs just as we do.
While searching for a children's song for primary, I ran across this site that I would like to share.