give (one's) tuppence (worth)

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give (one's) tuppence (worth)

To share one's opinion, idea, or point of view, regardless of whether or not others want to hear it. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. I find Jeff's husband a bit trying at times. He always has to give his tuppence, even when it's clear he knows nothing about what's being discussed. If I can just give my tuppence worth, I think the staff would really appreciate a bump in their pay, and productivity would increase as a result.
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Ewing has promised investors the right to recommend new signings, name the club and even decide on the colour of the team strip, patronising drivel for which you wouldn't give tuppence, never mind 25 quid.
Behind the myth of unelected May as the tender-hearted St Theresa is a hard-nosed Con Woman, another Prime Minister whose record proves she doesn't give tuppence for fairness and equality.
At least Sturgeon did not hide her slight incredulity that viewers would give tuppence if she knows her way around a saucepan or not.
The English, the English, the English are best I wouldn''t give tuppence for all of the rest.
While I usually couldn't give tuppence for Kat Slater's choice of sexual partners, I couldn't resist watching her face turn a whiter shade of copper as she was rumbled by hapless Alfie.
Nowadays, children find it laughably amusing to shoplift and steal" Actress Joanna Lumley "I couldn't give tuppence ha'penny for the Oscars, one way or another.
I do not give tuppence if such a funeral cost is more or less than T J Wilson's personal funeral arrangements as outlined.
I don't give tuppence whether they finish in the top four.
Few locals give tuppence about racing, so you have to make hay, etc.
Most people didn't give tuppence about him being an apostate (someone who has renounced the religion of their birth), but some Muslims interpret the Quran differently," she said.
He said it all, a Government that doesn't listen, crime spiralling out of control, a judiciary that doesn't give tuppence about the law-abiding citizens, a useless immigration department and, to cap it all, news saying the government is giving a pounds 1.
I wouldn't give tuppence for some of the soggy, cold chips they dish up today.
But many Hotline callers wouldn't give tuppence for the performances of the Scottish champions at the sharpest end of European competition.
The PM and sidekick George Osborne, a fellow Buller Boy, are a couple of posh boys who might now have learned the price of a pint of milk but they don't give tuppence for the millions forced to count the pennies every week.
Just don't expect 28-year-old Steve Finnan to give tuppence for Lawro's view of him.