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(one's) two pennies (worth)

One's ideas, opinions, or point of view. Primarily heard in UK. If anyone wants to hear Dr Sanders' two pennies worth about the anti-vaccination debate, you can tune in to his podcast this Friday. I'd just like to put in my two pennies worth before we finish up the meeting, if I may.
See also: penny, two
References in classic literature ?
The item chiefly disputed in this bill was the very moderate charge of two pennies for the dickey.
That day Jurgis bought two drinks for the sake of the shelter, and at night he spent his last two pennies in a "stale-beer dive.
HIS story is nothing short of a miracle, a soldier who survived the Somme thanks to two pennies which stopped a bullet which would have claimed his life.
For two pennies you could see cowboy and action films.
Melissa's snobby parents aren't big fans of Will, who doesn't have two pennies to rub together and the pair are separated.
Someone needs to communicate the news that splashing the cash isn't impressive as council taxpayers struggle to rub two pennies together.
Before he went he gave them two pennies and said not to spend them until he got back.
A villager said: "He didn't seem to have two pennies to rub together because he hardly spent anything.
Seven pennies can be laid out to form a hexagon in which each side is two pennies long.
We haven't got two pennies to rub together," he added.
If given the choice, would you take pounds 1million or a stack of pennies that doubles every day for a month (a penny on day one, two pennies on day two, four on day three, eight on day four, etc)?
Attached are two pennies with an explanation along the lines of the Bible reporting how Jesus taught that a hundred-fold return can grow from even a few "good seed" (sic) falling on fertile soil.
Kate Skinner, of the hospice, said: "It goes to show that every penny counts, or every two pennies, as in this case.
Excluding items, the firm banked 42 cents per share, or two pennies better than Wall Street's expectations.