Kuto’s life was filled with aversion. He was in Philippines and had a quiff haircut. His hair color was dark brown and he had a shaved face. He wore a white and red v-neck t-shirt. Kuto didn’t like his life, but he knew that he had to keep going.
One day, Kuto decided to go out into the city. He wanted to see what it was like outside of his small town. As soon as he entered the city, he felt overwhelmed by all of the people and noise. He walked around for awhile, not really knowing where to go or what to do.
Eventually, Kuto found himself in front of a large building with a sign that said “Philippines National Museum.” He had never been inside of a museum before, so he decided to go in.
As soon as Kuto walked through the door, he was met with the sight of countless paintings and sculptures. He wandered around for hours, admiring all of the artwork on display. At one point, he even sat down on one of the benches and just stared at a painting for several minutes straight; it depicted a beautiful landscape that looked nothing like anything Kuto had ever seen before in real life (or at least not close up).