Kuto’s life no. 28

Kuto had always been averse to violence. He was the kind of person who preferred to avoid conflict whenever possible. So when he found himself in the middle of a heated argument with his Costa Rican counterpart, he was quick to try and defuse the situation.

"Look, I'm sorry if I said anything that offended you," Kuto said, holding up his hands in a placating gesture. "I didn't mean any harm by it."

"You're damn right you didn't mean any harm!" The other man shouted, red-faced with anger. "How dare you come into our country and start telling us how to live our lives!"

"That's not what I was doing," Kuto protested weakly. "I was just trying to share my own experiences."
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