|two cents' worth
||opinion, comment, chime in
||Want to hear my two cents' worth? Want my opinion?
||strong verbal attack, much argument, fight tooth and nail
||If you protect the wolves, you can expect a two-fisted attack from the ranchers.
|two for one
||two products for the price of one
||Want a milk shake? We can buy two for one at Toy's Ice Cream.
|two heads are better than one
||listen to more than one opinion
||"Let's ask Alice first. Two heads are better than one."
|two left feet
||awkwardness, poor coordination
||When it comes to dancing, I have two left feet. I stumble a lot.
|two pee holes in the snow
||small holes, tiny holes
||He looks very tired. His eyes are like two pee holes in the snow.
|two sides to every story
||(See there are two sides to every story)
|two's company, three's a crowd
||two people are happier than three, the third person is not welcome
||Jill asked, "Can I invite Ginger?" Jack replied, "Two's company, three's a crowd."
||error in typing, nitpick
||The interviewer said my letter of application has a few typos.