Kuto’s life no. 660

Kuto was born in a small village in Cambodia. When he was just a baby, his parents died of a disease. Kuto was raised by his grandparents, who were very poor. They could barely afford to feed themselves, let alone Kuto. When Kuto was seven years old, his grandfather died. His grandmother did her best to take care of him, but she soon became ill and died as well.

Kuto was now completely alone in the world. He had no one to turn to and no one to help him. He did whatever he could to survive on the streets of Cambodia. He begged for food and money, and sometimes he even stole what he needed just to stay alive.

One day, when Kuto was eleven years old, he met a man who changed his life forever. The man told Kuto that he could make a lot of money if he came with him and worked for him

Kuto’s life no. 981

Kuto’s life was filled with disgust. He had been in Cambodia for weeks, and his afro haircut was starting to attract attention. He tried to shave his face, but the hair just kept coming back. And his red polo shirt was getting dirty and wrinkled. It seemed like everything he did was wrong.

One day, Kuto went into a store to buy some food. The owner gave him a dirty look and said, “You’re not welcome here.” Kuto didn’t understand why he wasn’t welcome, but he left the store anyway.

As Kuto walked down the street, he saw a group of kids playing soccer. He wanted to join them, but they started making fun of his clothes and hair. Kuto turned away from them and continued walking.

Suddenly, Kuto heard someone screaming behind him. He turned around and saw a man being chased by a group of angry dogs! The man ran towards Kuto and begged for help! Without thinking any further, Kuto picked up a rock and threw it at the dogs chasing the man! One of the dogs yelped in pain as it was hit by the rock! The other dogs stopped chasingthe manand ran away whimpering!
The man thanked Kuto profusely before running off in the opposite direction..

Kuto’s life no. 616

Kuto was always a angry person. He never smiled and he never had anything nice to say. His family didn’t understand why he was so angry all the time, but they just chalked it up to him being a teenager. Kuto’s anger only got worse as he got older. By the time he was in his early twenties, Kuto had developed a reputation for being quick to anger and getting into fights.

One day, Kuto’s anger finally got the best of him. He got into a fight with another man and ended up killing him. Fearing for his life, Kuto fled his home in Cambodia and went into hiding.

For years, Kuto lived off the grid, moving from place to place to avoid detection. He changed his appearance often, dyeing his hair different colors and growing facial hair in an attempt to disguise himself. Despite all of his efforts, Kuto always felt like he was one step away from being caught by the authorities or killed by someone who recognized him from news reports about the murder case back in Cambodia.

Finally, after more than a decade on the run, Kuto made it to America. He settled down in New York City and managed to stay under the radar for several years before eventually getting married and starting a family of his own.<3> Even though he had found some semblance of peace in America ,Kutos’ past continuedto haunthimandhe still couldn’t shakethe feelingthathewasn’t safe .He knew thatitwasonlyamatteroftimebeforehis pastcaughtupwithhim .Andsureenough ,one fateful dayit did .