(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.
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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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Brian Mitchell, Glasgow, said: "It was a great performance from Celtic and it sticks in the throats of some throwing their tuppence worth in.
Our tuppence worth is that, as with most things Arcade Fire, it doesn't make immediate sense.
Not that that restriction has stopped millions of others from adding their tuppence worth on everything from world affairs to Kanye West.
United's recent form and results have certainly allowed plenty of scope for criticism, with the likes of Alan Shearer, Malcolm Macdonald, Mick Quinn and Rob Lee all having their tuppence worth.
Only a matter of weeks ago, when Owen Williams' future was still up in the air, Leicester coach Richard Cockerill offered his tuppence worth on the subject of the player's Wales prospects should he decide to stay at Welford Road.
e game moves on so quickly and it is about trying to understand some of the nuances about what is happening, rather than just what they are seeing for themselves on the pitch - it is about the reasons why tackles are missed and scores happen, so hopefully I will be able to add my tuppence worth.
none of Baby Queens asked Lineker to give his tuppence worth.
I am very happy that I am able to contribute to the growth of manufacturing in India with my tuppence worth.
As a resident of this city and in the spirit of democracy, and as a columnist, surely I have the right to throw in my own tuppence worth.
And if that wasn't bad enough, one of the judges, Emma Waldron, threw in her not-so-nice tuppence worth when she said that none of the judges favoured Rebecca - and that the panel didn't want her to win because of her attitude backstage.
This is in reply to "Don't take the bait" by Tuppence Worth (GDN October 21).
Vital The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has also weighed in with its tuppence worth of advice for the Treasury.
Everyone has had their tuppence worth and reaction has varied from the sensibly critical to completely off-the-wall stuff from those who thrive on imaginary conspiracy theories.
And I can exclusively reveal that the process has already begun, with our own Gordon Brown jumping to the head of the queue to offer his tuppence worth.
Still, the level of cynical responses has prompted me to add my tuppence worth.