The Brony fandom, once proud and prosperous, is set to be kill by the end of 2017 at best, according to our statistics correspondents.
Grim findings show that current trends signal a decline in the Brony Fandom. Interest in activities involving My Little Pony outside of the target demographic is on a sharp decent from its peak in 2012.
Studies show that interest in Bronies has been on a gradual decline to "About as Interesting as Whatever that Kid with the Helmet Watched in Freshman Algebra" since it rose from "Absolutely Disgusting" and peaked at "Mildly Arousing" in 2012.
Unsurprisingly, similarly lumped interests such as My Dick are still rising strongly alongside Your Mom.
An expanded view of the trend for interest in Bronies shows that the fandom peaked around 2012 and 2013 when the world shuddered at the first international exposition of autism known as Bronycon.
Shares of My Little Pony [MLP] seems to be holding strong against the Brony [ASPI] after peaking in Q3 2013. Forecasts show it will continue on this trend until the foreseeable future and .
Sources state that the trend also corresponds with the sale of my little pony merchandise at Hot Topic and the subsequent splurging of moms money by lonely high-schoolers.
Redacting Q4 Holiday searches, the trend for interest in hot topic follows roughly the same path as brony.
One high-schooler, now a senior, said that he "just isn't as interested in My little Pony as much as [he] was as a freshman."
"Ever since I discovered girls and anime, I have better things to do with my time."Though the source stated that he still goes to toys r us every now and then to buy some merchandise with his equally as nerdy girlfriend.
"If Hot Topic came out with some cooler shirts and stuff I'd probably get back into the fandom."When asked whether or not he still watches the show every weekend, the source was busy catching up on Game of Thrones.
Leading math people say that the decline in the fandom is also partly due to the surge of interest in Game of Thrones. Half assed Lord of the Rings ripoffs are statistically more popular during the "kick off" phase than a half-decent toy commercial, though their novelty runs out after the season ends and once people actually get into Lord of the Rings.
Interest in toy commercials though remains strong long after the shows run out of content because they are actually grounded in physical objects that people can play with an enjoy every now and then and aren't ten thousand pages of wannabe Tolkien political drivel.
Seriously, like who the fuck even likes Game of Thrones? I fell asleep during the first chapter and episode, and this is coming from a guy who binged Star Wars and Lord of the Rings without sleep. At least those were whimsical enough to enjoy and didn't give my autistic brother PTSD every time I mentioned the word "Red." The only thing fantasy about GoT is its book covers and its medieval setting. The rest is pure shite.
Also, you're a pleb because you didn't read the books and ponies are cool, although just not as hip as before..