In Texas, that would be "he likes all a y'all" (he likes all of you all). Just a colloquial plug. Amorous fellow, eh? (NO, not standard English!!) 29Aug15
English slang in some parts of the UK (particularly Northern areas such as Manchester)
i am confused i thought you was deg and dere was them can I have some help on this please
Deg is the object form of du meaning you (singular). Dere is both the subject and object form of you (plural).
"Jeg liker deg" I like you (one person) "Jeg liker dere" I like you (multiple people)
"Du liker fisk" You (one person) like fish "Dere liker fisk" You (multiple people) like fish