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Posted at 10:45 AM ET, 12/12/2011

Creating ‘Very Mary-Kate’

Very Mary-Kate has a lot going on. She is going to Vegas. She is napping. She is looking at, but not consuming, bagels. But despite her jam-packed schedule of Vegasing, napping and not eating, she is also making time for The Washington Post. Monday at 12:30 p.m., Very Mary-Kate — or her creator, the very Real Elaine Carroll — will be answering your questions in a special live chat with readers, which we like to call “VMK Q&A.”
Elaine Carroll in her web series, “Very Mary-Kate.” (verymarykate.com)

How did Carroll decide VMK would hallucinate an evil dragon? Why Mary-Kate and not Ashley? Based on her guest stint on “Mad Men,” can she report, on a scale of handsome to extremely handsome, how handsome Jon Hamm is in person.

Ask her these questions and anything else you’re dying to know during Monday’s live chat.

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