In fact, I was here. I don't think anyone had trouble reading the word "concert" even thought he O was replaced. I think the trouble may have come in recognizing that the O was replaced by a picture of the back of a US nickle. Which makes this week's "What in the World" answer "Nickleback in concert". For what it's worth, I seem to be stumbling on a bunch of music references to make into puzzles. So stay tuned for more (pun intended).
All of the "men" are saying "Hello" from a country except one. That means, of course, he doesn't have a country - a reference to Man Without a Country by Edward Everett Hale.
With only one winner last week, I'm leaving the puzzle up for a second week. Next week I'll explain the answer for at least one of the puzzles.
There were many incorrect guesses last week such as "A penny for your thoughts" (Good, but no thought bubbles) "Money Talks" (Too broad. This is more specific). So I have decided to put this one back in the "Ready To Use" folder for another day. Meanwhile, keep the comments coming here. Maybe someone will actually get it right.
What in the World
Linguistic Illusions to challenge adults and children.