(one's) tuppence (worth)

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(one's) tuppence (worth)

One's ideas, opinions, or point of view. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. If anyone wants to hear Dr Sanders' tuppence worth about the anti-vaccination debate, you can tune in to his podcast this Friday. I'd just like to put in my tuppence worth before we finish up the meeting, if I may.
See also: tuppence

tuppence

1. A variant spelling of "two pence," it can refer to two pennies, or to a British coin with a value of two pennies. Primarily heard in UK. You don't have to pay me back—that thing was so cheap, it practically cost just a tuppence.
2. An insignificant amount of something. Typically used in negative sentences. I don't give a tuppence what that ridiculous woman thinks! If he doesn't come to my show tonight, I'll know he doesn't give a tuppence about me.
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6 TWO hundred blokes who never changed a nappy or got a child up for school hooked up this week to give their tuppence worth about families.
Meanwhile, the SNP add their tuppence worth by demanding an immediate by-election.
Cue the inevitable taste comparison and a queue of chefs waiting to add their tuppence worth to the debate.
These downtrodden people are so scared to lose their tuppence ha'penny jobs that they are quivering wrecks.
But Fann Wong, who plays Chan's kick-butt sister, definitely gives Chan (and all the bad guys) a run for their tuppence.
It seems to be a parade of men on the radio giving their tuppence worth.
I GET annoyed when I see MPs putting their tuppence worth in about post office closures.