now isn't soon enough (On the phone) -- Meet me at the pier. And uh, now isn't soon enough. (this is the end of one conversion, the speaker is organizing a photo shoot; the other speaker is somewhere else ) What does 'now isn't soon enough'  mean?
Jun 11, 2019 2:58 AM
Answers · 8
In the conversation the person uses the phrase “now isn’t soon enough” to empress the urgency of the situation. The person stated that to express how immediately he/she needs the other person to be there (at the pier).
June 11, 2019
It means that he/she wants the other person there immediately.
June 11, 2019
The speaker is trying to express how she/he wants the listener to arrive, or get to the pier, as soon as possible.
June 11, 2019
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