Neapolitan: e fernèscela co’ sto strummolo, a mammà!


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Hello again everyone
Translating a book, found some phrases in dialetto napoletano. Most are understandable from context, some by dictionary, but one cracks me up:
"e fernèscela co’ sto strummolo, a mammà!"
It's clear that "strummolo" is a spinning top and mammà is (obviously) mom
"Sto" could be "questo" - this.
Any suggestions about the other and the whole phrase?
Thanks a lot
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