@charl I'm assuming you installed Bundler via `gem`. So first I'd try uninstalling (`gem uninstall bundler`), then re-installing Bundler using `gem1.9.3`. That way, Bundler should use the right Ruby version.
@charl Oy, Debian-based. They always do weird things with Ruby -_- Basically, there should be a `gem` executable for 1.9 as well. Check with `ls -l /usr/bin/gem*`, that should list you all the `gem` executables. Probably `gem19` or something like that.
Well, that’s just great: It’s enough to walk by a doughnut shop to start wanting a doughnut [www.newyorker.com]. Basically, “being hungry” doesn’t seem to have anything to do with your body actually needing food.