Medusa (if things had gone differently for Perseus)
Medusa carries Perseus’ head low, at her side, and not aloft in triumph. This is not a self-aggrandizing hero lauding her great deed. This is a woman who wanted to be left alone. (Luciano Garbati, 2008)
I expect that Perseus commented that Medusa had put on a few pounds, extra junk in the trunk or the like. Cause and effect.
The older I get, the more I can identify with the fairy tale witches who moved out into the deep woods to get away from people and then killed people who showed up and bothered them.