Nobody actually understood what was happening, but Mark and Tom agreed that it was something worth running away from. Rather quickly.
Tom had long since stopped thinking that Mark was hiding the truth from him. After all, how could he continue to hide something like this? The axe man looked the same as he did when they were teenagers. Except now Tom was in his mid twenties and Mark coming on thirty. So it couldn’t be the same person.
He was doing the same thing though. Mark pulled him around a corner and they caught their breath.
“I swear,” Tom managed to say, “if I thought suit fitting was going to result in this, I’d probably have told you to get another best man.”
“Maybe we shouldn’t have been so early,” Mark replied.
Yeah, none of the others were going to believe this, that was for sure.