A Treat for the Problem-Allergic
White to move and mate in 6 (V. Röpke, 1942)
I first saw this gag position many years ago, in a section of Andy Soltis's fun work Chess to Enjoy devoted to what he calls "anti-problems. I don't have the book any longer, but I was happy to see that Tim Krabbé had recently posted it on one the Dutch pages on his fantastic (seriously - I can't recommend it highly enough) Chess Curiosities website, thereby saving me the effort of trying to track the position down.
So whenever chess just seems too difficult, pull out this position, take a deep breath, and try, try again.