There used to be on old TV commercial--we're talking back in the 50's or maybe even 60's--which featrued two women, a mother and a daughter, in a kitchen. The add was for Bayer Aspirin, I think. The younger woman is cooking something, as I recall, and the older woman tries to help, but the younger woman is suffering from a bad headache and snaps at her, saying, "Mother, PLEASE! I'd rather do it MYSELF!" At which point, the Mother should have picked up a wooden spoon and walloped the daylights out of her, but instead a voice-over announcer says, "Headache? Don't take it out on her. Try.(whatever the product was)."
I don't have a headache, but I have a somewhat similar reaction when I see pictures or drawings of so-called spanking machines--
"Inventor, please! I'd rather do it myself!"