If Barbie was a real teenager, she would probably be crying in an empty room with an uneaten birthday cake.
Of course, the real Barbie — the iconic doll — is closer to retirement age. As of Wednesday, the toy is 57 years old, and Mattel has had a hard time keeping her relevant.
While the company does not report brand-specific sales totals every year, it does estimate Barbie and Barbie-related gross sales or percent change in sales going back to 1993. According to figures pulled from company filings, Barbie brand sales are at their lowest point in at least 23 years, and the percentage of Mattel sales coming from Barbie is possibly at an all-time low.