The number nags you every month, haunting your once-peaceful dreams and leaving you scared to check the mail. The average student loan debt is $25,000. And while you know your own personal debt is hovering eerily close to that, you really don’t know what the cost looks like. How about this breakdown?

That $25,000 student loan debt can be converted into:

0.6 average down payments on a new home
28.9 average monthly rental payments
1.5 Ford Focuses
43,859.6 toilet paper rolls
675.9 toaster ovens
64,102.6 bananas
12,562.8 rubber duckies
3,924.6 Chipotle burritos

The nonprofit network Young Invincibles, dedicated to mobilizing 18 to 34 year olds, has developed a new tool called “Student Debt in Perspective.” The hope is that after people use the calculator to see what their debt looks like in context, they’ll join the Young Invincibles’ movement and speak out against college costs.

Alongside “Student Debt in Perspective” is a “Generation Infographic,” which is just as eye-opening. Operating under the tag line, “It’s not always sunny in Young America,” visitors are able to compare the USA of today with the USA of their parents’ generation. Let’s say you were born in 1989 like yours truly, here are some of your generational stats:

College Cost: $13,992
Bachelor Degree Holders: 31.7 percent
Unemployment Rate (16-24): 18.7 percent
Average Income with a High School Diploma: $28,884
Average Income: $30,158
Price of a New Home: $225,088
Age at Marriage: 27.2
Childhood Obesity: 18.1 percent
Life Expectancy: 75.4
Number One Song: Ke$ha’s “TiK ToK”
Number One Movie: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II”
Superbowl Champion: New Orleans Saints

Now your parents’ generation:

College Cost: $6,708
Bachelor Degree Holders: 22.5 percent
Unemployment Rate (16-24): 11.7 percent
Average Income with a High School Diploma: $32,117
Average Income: $32,185
Price of a New Home: $186,830
Age at Marriage: 23.3
Childhood Obesity: 5 percent
Life Expectancy: 69.7
Number One Song: Knack’s “My Sharona”
Number One Movie: “Kramer vs. Kramer”
Superbowl Champion: Pittsburgh Steelers

Outside of the depressing college cost numbers and unemployment rate, the childhood obesity and life expectancy figures are interesting. Big Macs might make us a little fluffy, but perhaps they’re saving our lives.

What shocking statistics did you find?