Kuto’s life no. 828

Kuto had always been a wanderer. He never stayed in one place for too long, always moving on to the next adventure. But when he found himself in Western Sahara, he knew he had finally found his home.

The desert was a harsh and unforgiving place, but Kuto loved it. He loved the way the sand felt under his feet and the way the sun beat down on him during the day. It was perfect for someone like him who hated being cooped up indoors.

But living in such a remote location wasn't easy. There were no shops or restaurants for miles, and getting water was a daily struggle. But Kuto didn't mind; he was used to hardships. And besides, he loved the solitude of his life in the desert.

One day, as Kuto was walking through the sand dunes, he came across something strange: a green bucket hat half-buried in the sand. He picked it up and brushed off the sand before putting it on his head . . . and suddenly everything changed! Colorful creatures began appearing all around him, talking gibberish that sounded like they were laughing at him!
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