Did you know about the anime Squid Girl? Apparently it came in third in the 2010 "Net Buzzword Awards," a competition that was heretofore unknown to me.
Shinryaku! Ika Musume earned the Bronze Prize for the sentence-ending phrases "-ika?" and "-geso." In Masahiro Anbe's Shinryaku! Ika Musume (The Invader Came From the Bottom of the Sea!) comedy manga and the anime adaptation which premiered in October, a squid girl vows to invade the beaches of mankind since humans have polluted the seas. However, her invasion is less than successful, and she ends up on dry land. Ika Musume/Squid Girl characteristically ends her sentences with either "-ika?" or "-geso" —
words that literally mean "squid" and "squid tentacles" in the dictionary.

The English subtitles manage to translate this by using "squid" as a sort of epithet, as in Squid Girls' angry question, "Who the squid do you think you are?"

Isn't she cute? And also, nothing at all like a squid? At least she vomits ink.