Kuto’s life was always filled with laughter. Even when he was in Uruguay, living in a small town with not much to do, Kuto would always find something to laugh about. His friends would often say that his laughter was contagious and that it was one of the things they loved most about him.

One day, Kuto went to get a bowl haircut. When he came out of the salon, his hair color was terracotta and his Super Mario mustache looked ridiculous. But Kuto didn’t care; he thought it made him look even funnier. His friends were also amused by his new look and they laughed even harder whenever they saw him.

However, there were some people who didn’t find Kuto’s laughter as amusing as his friends did. One day, while Kuto was walking down the street wearing his grey hoodie, a group of teenagers started making fun of him and calling him names. They said that he looked like a clown and that he should go back to where he came from.

This made Kuto very angry and upset. He tried to ignore the teasing but eventually snapped and shouted at the group of teens before running away in tears. That incident made Kuto realize that not everyone found humor in the same things as he did; some people could be quite mean-spirited when it came to laughing at others