find a friendly bush (third-person singular simple present finds a friendly bush, present participle finding a friendly bush, simple past and past participle found a friendly bush)
- (euphemistic) To urinate or defecate or to seek relative privacy for that purpose; to relieve oneself, particularly outdoors.
1984, George La Fountaine, Flashpoint, page 138:
- You find a friendly bush and take a crap.
2008, Charlotte Lewis, Anna: Coming of age in the Oregon Territory, page 113:
- About two hours into the ride, James stopped and found a friendly bush.
2012, Michael SN Godfrey, No Cure for the Travel Bug, page 155:
- No toilet facilities, so the women had to find a friendly bush.