put a nickel in someone
 v. phr.— «I had figured all along that I was going to do something with my freedom after retirement. But nobody put a nickel in me to make me dance.» —“Dreamed Of Retirement But Found Another Job” by Thomas Collins Hartford Courant (Connecticut) Nov. 18, 1956. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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