When I was wee, I used to see cars as faces. This was useful when compartmentalizing the personalities of family members with the face of the car they drove. For instance, aunt %^&$ was passive-aggressive because I said so and also because her Camry looked the part. Similarly, a Dodge Neon was mousy and an Escort was too aggressive.
I recently discovered that this is a specific phenomenon called Pareidolia, when random stimulus is perceived as significant. Some examples below.
Pareidolia is not limited to facial perception. Couples are allowed too.