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Here is the place where I saw this: http://feltron.com/ar11_04.html (in the right-bottom corner of the first page).

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    What on Earth have you been reading? This appears to be either the musings of a highly intelligent being, or the ramblings of a schizophrenic!
    – David M
    Mar 10 '14 at 14:40
  • Here it is i.imgur.com/XW9swEf.png. Text is following: "Crises involving a tick. One. Spotted by Olga, removed by Mom."
    – Kostya
    Mar 10 '14 at 14:40
  • See below, I've improved my answer. Should help.
    – David M
    Mar 10 '14 at 14:47
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A tick is a small blood sucking arachnid.

Crises is the plural of crisis. As they are listing countable items, they are using crises instead of crisis. This is a bit confusing since there is only one item on the list.

In essence she could make a list like so:

Crises involving ticks: 1
Crises involving monkeys: 0
Crises involving bees: 32

The crisis involving a tick is described as Olga found one attached to her and her mother removed it.

It is a use of hyperbole, as the finding of a tick attached to you would never be considered an actual crisis. But, rather, this person was highly distressed at having a small parasite attached to them.

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