Man, you guys are obsessed!
It's a pretty big deal. For decades EU citizens (including Brits) have been able to travel freely between countries, trade, work, study etc. And the legal framework underpinning that is changing or in the event of no deal vanish. The press is chock full of stories about what may happen - delays at borders of people and trade, shortages of medicines etc. - so as time passes and it becomes more real and imminent it's really focusing the mind.
Also worth noting that once we leave the EU our only trade deal we'll have is with the EU, unless we leave without a deal. Everyone else will be on WTO terms (tariffs) as all our trade deals (including free trade deals) are through the EU. It will take us years to negotiate new ones.
Plus the governments no-deal planning is becoming quite visible and public. Plans for portable toilets to adorn the motorway to the Dover ferry crossing for lorry drivers because they won't be able to board ships as quickly as they once could. Stockpiling stuff. Calling up military reservists to help in event of no-deal.
Close to home, a couple of my friends who have lived here for decades are here on EU passports. Now our government should be unilaterally making a law to enshrine their right to continue to live and work here but it's not guaranteed, so they're twitchy. Then there's the family I know doing their annual driving holiday in France who are having to renew their passports early and get an EU driving permit or something because UK driving licenses will no longer be recognised.
Hopefully we'll get a deal or reverse the decision and avoid all this nonsense. That being said I'm not convinced the sky will fall if we leave without a deal, at least not immediately.
Pics of Someguy naked wrapped in bacon........