Can anybody tell me the origin of the phrase, “G’wan kid, ya bodda me!” (Go on, kid, you bother me!)? I’ve heard/read the phrase a number of times, though the only specific instance I can recall was in a Spider-Man comic from the late '80s. Peter Parker was on a book-signing tour promoting his book of Spider-Man photos, and a young boy was peppering him with one question after another. Peter finally had enough and said to the boy, “G’wan kid, ya bodda me!”.
The phrase is usually said in some kind of affected New York City (or similar) accent, even when the speaker does not have such an accent normally, which leads me to believe that they’re quoting from a film.