Whataburger and Texas State University combined to reach peak Twitter this week.

The social media-savvy burger chain and the frequently viral San Marcos school traded some banter Thursday afternoon on Twitter.

Courtesy of Whataburger

“No, I don’t know what I want to major in.. I don’t even know what I want from Whataburger,” the first Whataburger tweet reads.

No, I don't know what I want to major in.. I don't even know what I want from Whataburger pic.twitter.com/ujmICPkzK4

— Whataburger® (@Whataburger) February 25, 2016

Texas State’s reply came a few hours later, urging them to get on with their choice. Apparently, whoever runs the social account for the university loves double meat Whataburgers.

@Whataburger That's okay. There's plenty of time to choose a major, but lunch is almost over, so hurry up and order.

— Texas State Official (@txst) February 25, 2016

@txst Do you offer any courses to help make such a difficult decision?

— Whataburger® (@Whataburger) February 25, 2016

@Whataburger Well, you don't have to take art appreciation to know that a double meat Whataburger is a masterpiece.

— Texas State Official (@txst) February 25, 2016

The exchange ended with Whataburger thanking Texas State for their meal advice.

@txst We're gonna go ahead and take your advice, but make it even better by adding cheese. Thanks for the quick lesson

— Whataburger® (@Whataburger) February 25, 2016

The brief conversation is merely the latest in a month full of viral moments for both companies. Whataburger masterfully trolled Kanye West shortly after his new album dropped last week, and Texas State made headlines twice in February for some interesting student antics.