Sometimes, I hear people say "Saya bingung" and it means "I am confused".
I also hear people say "Bingung saya" and I think it also means "I am confused".
Today, I was bingung-ed by this shirt. By the way, there is no past tense to words in Indonesian so the -ed was just me using the English past tense on the Indonesian word. (Not part of the lesson :P)
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