ICE BREAKER ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE IF NEEDED Edit by YesterCool
International signal flags for Ice Breaker Assistance Available If Needed For some, it means a ship equipped with a reinforced bow to make and maintain a channel through ice. For others, it's when someone serves to initiate social interaction; chatting someone up; talking informally and "breaking the ice" between two or more people. If you are, or want to be, that social initiator, let people know. Wear your skill on your shirt and tell others you are prepared to jump in, be a wing man, a social butterfly, an integrator, initiator, facilitator. Yeh, you are the Ice Breaker and YOU are available.
International signal flags have been used by ships at sea for over 150 years. They can be used to spell out short messages, or more commonly, used individually or in combination they have special meanings. The Code was drafted in 1855 by the British Board of Trade and published in 1857. The International Code is maintained by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), an agency of the United Nations responsible for regulating shipping.