last in, last out
Another term for FILO (first in, last out), LIFO (Last In First Out) refers list processing and data storage. LIFO describes a stack of paper: the last piece placed on the pile is on top and therefore it's the first piece taken off.
Examples of a LIFO stack in real life include:
• a stack of plates
• people exiting an elevator, bus or subway car
• craigslist postings
• blog entries
• those crumpled up sweaty bills in the cash register drawer. Yucko!
• alimentary canal (proof: vomitting)
Some of the day-to-day real life LIFO examples off the top of my head.