FEATURE10 April 2019

What do you call it?

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Inanimate objects with nicknames are more likely to be looked on favourably by consumers than those that remain nameless, according to new research. By Katie McQuater

My first set of wheels was a bright red Fiat Punto named Holly Golightly, in homage to my favourite film at the age of 18. As humans, the desire to anthropomorphise inanimate objects is a long-enduring trait it seems – ...