It goes along the lines of what is mentioned in a lecture and on the internet, which is not the Hadith mentioned in Sahih Muslim (190a), but is still somehow similar to this following narration (if it is true):

The story: The Prophet (ﷺ) laughed one day and so his Sahabah asked: "What are you laughing about?" He said: "I was looking into the Day of Judgment" - and every time the Prophet (ﷺ) saw the Day of Judgement, he would (usually) cry or panic and worry for everyone. But this time, he smiled and he said: "I laughed because the People, on the Day of Judgment, a group of them will laugh", they asked: "Who are 'they'" and he said: "They are People on Judgement day who will laugh", and the Sahabah asked: "Who are 'they'?" The Prophet (ﷺ) said: "They are people who committed sins and they will laugh on the Day of Judgement [...] and people will ask them what they were laughing about. They will say: "We've sinned [...] and we repented [...] and our sins became good deeds!"

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    i am very skeptical about this narration. haven't found anything with the exact wording in multiple hadith databases.(9 to be exact) the search continues, insha Allah. Sep 28 at 14:25

I hope you are doing well. I believe this might be the hadith you are referring to:


  • That is the same hadith from Muslim (190a) that I mentioned in my question, which is similar, but not the one which we are searching.
    – harmer
    Oct 17 at 19:47
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    Hello, the only place I see that is that it is mentioned in a youtube video. It would be more helpful to ask the youtube video creator to see where that source was from. The other thing I could think of is that they used their own words to describe the hadith.
    – Ahmed
    Oct 18 at 20:53

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