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From this manga panel:

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I'm having trouble with understanding「ヘマッたことが多すぎて」

I guess this to be "The messed up things (I did) are too many"

I think ヘマ = blunder, and こと = generic "thing", but I don't understand the ッた between them.

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It's the past form of a slangy godan verb ヘマる.

e.g. やる → やった Likewise, へまる → へまった

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  • Would there be a good resource to look up other slangy verbs I might find in manga? Because I'm not able to find this in my usual JE dictionaries. – Dani 2 days ago
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    @Dani It would be good for you to understand how the verb was made, because you’ll come across new verbs made in a similar fashion that won’t be in your dictionary either. – snailplane 2 days ago
  • @snailplane From this answer, my guess is it's just adding る to a noun like ヘマ. – Dani 2 days ago
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    @Dani Yep, that’s it! :-) Well, there’s a little more to it, but that’s essentially correct: japanese.stackexchange.com/a/24352/1478 – snailplane 2 days ago

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