Kuto’s life no. 753

The Kuto people of Togo live in fear. Their quiff haircuts and terracotta hair color are a source of great fear for them. They believe that if they are caught by the wrong person, they will be killed and their souls taken. This is why they always travel in groups, and why they keep their hair covered when not in use.

One day, a group of Kuto were out hunting when they came across a man with a soul patch beard. He was wearing a white and black t-shirt, and he had a strange look on his face. The Kuto immediately feared for their lives, but the man just laughed and said “Don’t worry, I’m not going to hurt you.”

The man then told them about a place where there was no fear or danger. He said it was called “The Land of Happiness”, and that anyone who went there would never want to leave again. The Kuto were intrigued by this idea, so they decided to go with the man to see this land for themselves.

After walking for many days, the group finally arrived at the Land of Happiness. There was no darkness or sadness there; only light and happiness everywhere they looked