I’ve had a bit of a game finding your challenge today my friend, as it seems to have sneaked in before posts I’d already read!
That’s the trouble if I log in early and then go out for a few hours. Posts are out of sync!
So rather than compound the issue further, there you are, and here I am.
The first thing I thought of was compound interest, though interest rates on savings are laughable just now. £1 per £100 in the account per year, if you’re lucky. Most interest is added to the account annually, but there are some that add interest monthly so the following month you get compound interest on your capital and whatever interest has accrued.
The second thing was dog compounds. Apparently there are dog wardens locally though if a dog is caught roaming unattended, I don’t know where they’re taken.
In 2016, it became a legal requirement in the UK for all dogs to be microchipped or tattooed so that owners could be located (and if necessary fined) should their pet be picked up on the streets.
Maggie was chipped as a pup and we are always with her so hopefully that should never happen in her case.
Of course there are other types of compounds for holding cars or even people.