I'm going to start teaching you all some of my favourite Scottish words. Your challenge is to try to use them in one sentence through the week. Hehe. (I know Matt and Christa will try if no-one else does!)
Week 1 - Scottish word is - SCUNNERED
To be scunnered is essentially to be miffed off, or disgusted, or annoyed or put off something. We generally used it also to mean "up the creek without a paddle". You're basically screwed, nothing you can do to help the situation - you're scunnered.
Example: I've blown all my money at the bookies, now I'm totally scunnered.
William Scott, you can probably provide me a better example. :)