It looks like a set of commas separated by apostrophes, so by counting the commas between each apostrophe you get the sequence:
3, 0, 0, 1, 3, 1, 3, 5, 5, 13, 3, 35, 55 (I think, counting the last two sets of commas was tricky).
At this point I'm not sure whether the goal is to get the next number in the sequence or if the numbers somehow correspond to letters and the answer is a word or phrase or what.
If we consider every position as informational (instead of as information broken up by apostrophes), it works very well as binary information since there are only 2 states.
That would be
Possible other answer:
This is your activity on Tinder. With a comma being Match and an apostrophe being Not Match, At first you are appreciative of the novelty of the app and Match the first 3 you see. Then you get a little pickier, Discarding the next 3. But you dial it back because you don't want to be too selective and reject someone "good enough for tonight." As the night wears on, you have some drinks, your desperation increases, and other than your boss and your ex, you reject no other candidates. The last apostrophe is when you gave up and went to bed.
This might be a little easier with some context, I think.