(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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Even Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers threw in his tuppence worth while Motherwell manager Steve Robinson launched a staunch defence of his player.
He loves his power #gethiminmartin #horgan" - Former Ireland striker Stephen Elliott gives his tuppence worth on Horgan for Ireland.
But, for Tan to wade in with his tuppence worth on the Wigan duo therefore re-establishing the link with Cardiff City, is there really any need for it?
none of Baby Queens asked Lineker to give his tuppence worth.
Greig Laidlaw has his tuppence worth now and again, but everybody gets on with everybody.
Within 24 hours, one of Demba's many agents Alex Gontran was having his tuppence worth as well.
The failed TV presenter, disastrous club manager and bad rapper decided to put his tuppence worth into the Three Lions' midfield debate last week.
And, just when we seemed to be slipping out of the headlines, actor Peter Mullan strode into parliament to throw in his tuppence worth.
Former England striker Trevor Francis had his tuppence worth on Sunday and made a couple of interesting points, one of which was that Sven's understanding of the English language isn't as good as we think it is or he'd like it to be.
He just couldn't resist putting in his tuppence worth.
Saints boss John Steele had his tuppence worth, too, saying: "There are too many people not working hard enough.
Just as Rodgers is well within his rights to chuck in his tuppence worth if he fancies it.
Greig Laidlaw has his tuppence worth now and again but everybody gets on with everybody.
MIKE has also thrown in his tuppence worth on the debate about the grinning Cheshire cat which I attempted to abandon last week.