Made light of it (amelhsante). Literally, neglecting, not caring for. They may even have ridiculed the invitation, but the verb does not say so. However, to neglect an invitation to a wedding feast is a gross discourtesy. One to his own farm (o men ei ton idion agron) or field, another to his merchandise (o de epi thn emporian autou) only example in the N.T., from emporo, merchant, one who travels for traffic (emporeuomai), a drummer.