In woodworker's terminology: to Gloat is to be overly excited about a bargain used tool purchase, or wanting to brag and show off a recently acquired product. To put "Gloat" in your thread title, this is a modest means of warning warning others that they may get jealous over your new tool.
"This is my first tool Gloat" (The poster then shows a picture of a several hundred dollar machine they bought on Craigslist for 80% off the closest resale price)
by SM Creeker March 19, 2009

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