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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
 
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
 
2.
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