Creative studio I Shot Him aren't big fans of Internet Explorer, and there's a scatalogical surprise on their site for anyone who doesn't share their view...
A first glance at San Francisco creative studio I Shot Him's website homepage may lull you into a false sense of security. The beautiful layout, elegant transitions and sophisticated scrolling effects could give you the impression that this is a cultured, intellectual band of fellows, the sort of fine young men you could take home to meet your parents...
But be warned: if you're faint of heart, or easily offended, don't click on the 'IE mode' button at the bottom of the page. We blush to describe what happens if you do, but basically (using contemporary London rhyming slang): an enormous Häagen-Dazs pokes out at the top of the screen and covers the page with a steaming pile of Brad Pitt.
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