Bunnies need toys and playtime distractions
A toy destroyed is a toy well-deployed
This is Trapper, with the remains of a Once Great Society of Feathers. For his amusement, I hung the rest of it in a doorway so he could bat it around and play his own version of "tetherball" (or "tetherduster" or "featherball" or... never mind). I don't recommend this as a toy, since the feathers can cause stomach problems if ingested, but by the time I found this, it was clear to me that Trapper was having no difficulty in handling its destruction.
For toys to be safe for your bunny, they must be untreated (ie, not painted or otherwise finished, no colored inks except soy-based, etc) and you must also watch to see which ones they play with and which ones they chew - you don't want them swallowing plastics.
Toys are essential to rabbits for a number of reasons - they provide mental stimulation, exercise, and they give the rabbit something to chew on so they don't chew on your furniture or other household items. Rabbits need to chew to keep their front teeth from overgrowing, and besides hey, the proper chewtoys are one of the best ways to give your rabbit something to chew.
Some things rabbits may find amusing to play with: (make sure these are all untreated)
This is Cocoa taking a break from her "urbun renewal" project and completely gutting the interior of the hiding box. One day I will pick up the box during normal cleaning activities, or perhaps just a gentle breeze will waft through - either way, that box will eventually disintegrate.
A toy destroyed is a toy well-deployed.
The House Rabbit Society's FAQ on the importance of providing toys to your rabbit
The House Rabbit Society's article on why playthings matter
The San Diego House Rabbit Society's article on selecting toys for your rabbit
The Rabbit Charity's article on selecting toys for your rabbit
Zooh Corner's article on the importance of toys for your rabbit
The San Diego House Rabbit Society's article on the importance of playtime for rabbits
The House Rabbit Society's article on building play houses for your rabbit