Word of the Day:  foul-weather friend (n)
Etymology: urban
The opposite of a fair-weather friend, a foul-weather friend only seeks you out if they have a problem, need a shoulder to cry on, a ride to town or someone to watch their dog, but otherwise they act as if they don’t even know you. They’re only your chum when they’re glum.

Being particularly susceptible to the foul, let me tell you what the most wisdomous T said to me: please don’t get sucked into the drama.