(Verb) To whaller/whallering: to destruct something.
(Emotion) "All Whallered up": Basically used as a place holder when one cannot think of a more suitable word to describe how they are feeling.
These phrases are often used in the southern part of the United States.
Jane: Ya know, that there sink faucet is all whallered up, I don't know what the h is wrong with it!
John: Well, maybe if you didn't go whallerin' with it all the time, it wouldn't be all whallered now!
Jane: I was at the bar on the dance floor, dancing, and the heel on my pumps broke; needless to say, I was pretty f***ing whallered!