(F6) " I didn't ponder that very long, though, because then I noticed his body . . . or bodies. He had three of them. His neck connected to the middle chest like normal, but he had two more chests, one to either side, connected at the shoulders, with a few inches in between. His left arm grew out of his left chest, and the same on the right, so he had two, arms but four armpits, if that makes any sense." I think that the other chose these words to add something unique because usually in Greek myths we think of powerful gods and goddesses but the author wants to show a different side to Greek myths. They make the story unique. I chose this because this is unusual to have a person with three bodies.