give (one's) two cents

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give (one's) two cents

To share one's opinion or point of view for whatever it may be worth, generally when it is unasked for. I find Jeff's husband a bit trying at times. He always insists on giving his two cents whether we want his opinion or not! If I can just give my two cents, I think the staff would really appreciate a bump in their pay.
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Some residents were even forced to stand by the door as the room was filled with people that wanted to give their two cents as to what Chelan should look like in 20 years.
Other NeoGAF users chimed in to give their two cents on the issue raised by Admiral Woofington.
We had every relevant politician, pop star, business person and bank give their two cents worth about whether Britain should leave the EU.
The country's business, commercial and trade organizations should take a close look at the proposed mediation policy at the SEC website and give their two cents worth because, who knows, they may avail of it in the future.
And while other congressmen have beaten a path to the Texas Capitol to give their two cents (and more) about what their districts should look like, Paul has not been lobbying lawmakers.