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No. "...but who still get confuse(d) about which is which" is a dependent clause, not a conjunction. The phrase "get confused" is also correct, as confused in this case is an adjectival and not a verb. "Get confuse" is nonsensical. Remove the "but" and add the -d and you're good to go. 

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