Inspired by Silkk da Shocker's seminal 1998 album, "Charge It 2 Da Game", this became a colloquial phrase used around East Lansing circa 2006 when one wished to avoid compensating another for property damage. The philosophy is rooted in the idea that college is so much fun that a certain degree of property damage is inevitable. This phrase is typically employed by one whose good time caused so much collateral damage that the victim should simply understand that they will not be compensated for their loss. Rather, the loss should be considered an assumed expense of attending a major university.
Hey man I'm sorry I broke your table by dancing on it last night, charge it to the game I guess.