In Southern Africa, we have the incredibly confusing time spans of "Now", "Now now", "Right now" and "Just now".
"Now" actually means soon (like in the next couple of minutes).
"Now Now" means fairly soon, but later than "Now".
"Right Now" means kinda soon, but later than "Now Now".
"Just Now" means later (or maybe never depending on mood).
So if you say you're going to do something "Right now" it could take a while to get to it.
And now I've typed the word "Now" so many times it's stopped looking like a sensible word and just looks like gibberish.
There's also the lovely phrase "Yah well no fine". Means quite a few things (or nothing at all), all depending entirely on tone.
Person1: "Sally is going to be an hour late."
Person2: "Yah well no fine". <-- in an annoyed tone, it means "Ugh Seriously!?", in a relaxed tone it mean "Oh well, nevermind, she'll get here when she gets here".