'Everyone has that one kid': Hilarious family fishing photo goes viral

The antics of a cheeky toddler have gone viral after his mother shared a photo showing her youngest son hilariously setting himself apart from his brothers.

Landon Daniels, 18 months, has won the hearts of millions for sticking a whole fish in his mouth instead of holding it in front of his body like his brothers Levi, four, Logan, three.

The siblings had just been taken to a children’s museum in Brookings, South Dakota, where they each caught a fake fish they from a pond, their mother, Marika Daniels told Good Morning America.

Levi, 4, Logan, 3 and Landon Daniels, 18 months, featured in the hilarious family photo. Source: Instagram/sahm.of.sd

When Ms Daniels lined them up to take a photo of their catches, Landon opted to hold the rubber replica in his mouth, making for a hilarious internet meme that has since been shared thousands of times.

"He's just at that age where he puts everything in his mouth. They are rubber fish. They're not real fish,” Ms Daniels, from Eau Claire, Wisconsin, said.

“After I saw the picture I said, 'Oh my gosh, this is actually kind of funny', and apparently everyone else thought so too."

When Ms Daniels realised the photo was popular among her friends and family on Facebook, Ms Daniels plastered the text “every family has that one kid” across the top.

Landon pictured in adorable photos from the day he went "fishing". Source: Facebook/Marika Daniels

That’s when it “spread like wildfire”, attracting the attention of news sites and adventure social media pages from around world.

Social media users gushed over the adorable image, expressing how funny and cute they thought it was in comments to both Facebook and Instagram.

“That is too cute for words... i cant stop laughing,” an Instagram user wrote.

“That is definitely one for the mantelpiece. Great photo. Use it at his graduation,” another person said.

The photo soon became a meme and was shared thousands of times. Source: Facebook/Marika Daniels

In her third post of the photo to Instagram, Ms Daniels said she was “humbled” at how far it had spread.

“Truly humbled at how many likes, shares, laughs and smiles this picture has brought to so many people around the world already,” she wrote in a post.

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