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3.
Having your last drink of the night.
Usually said three quarters of the way down a pint of beer, i.e., when you actually start to see the bottom of the glass.
From the expression “bottoms up.”
Bartender: Another beer, Jack?
Jack: No. I'm seeing bottoms.
by Mcgggggg June 28, 2005
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1.
cheering oneself up by going under the grandstands at a big event and looking up.
Seymour Butts, under the grandstand and feeling low, looked up and was seeing bottoms.
by MoJo Mojokowski July 22, 2005
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Someone who needs another drink is "seeing bottoms"
Usually said three quarters of the way through a drink, i.e., when you actually start to see the bottom of the glass.
From the expression “bottoms up.”
Stevo: Another smirnoff, D Mac?
D Mac: You betchya, I'm seeing bottoms over here.
by D Mac July 22, 2005
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